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Roaming Writer career, cats, community, dogs, organizations, work

Dispatches of a Participant Observer: Social and Cultural Commentary, some serious, some fluffy. By alumna Barbara Saunders.

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Positive Externalities career, d.school, Google, innovation, Loopt, technology, web 2.0

Min Liu, '06, muses on technology, marketing, design thinking, and other cool experiences. She's a Loopter by day (and night), d.schooler, ex-Googler, and iinnovater. You can find her searching for the West Coast's most exquisite chocolates on the weekends.

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Newtonian Dynamics biosciences, career, organizations, outreach

A resource for bioscience graduate students at Stanford University.

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My Journey to a Stanford MBA and consulting career business, Business School, career, consulting, MBA

Learn from the experiences and insights of a top-tier strategy consultant and recent MBA graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. By alumnus Marquis Parker.

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JobNob Blog career, job seekers, jobs, start ups, startups

Alternative compensation startup jobs. Jobnob fills the space where full time paid jobs don't work or aren't available. Community members are willing to volunteer or work for alternative compensation in exchange for getting great experience, learning new skills, and expanding their networks. Companies and startups may not always be able to offer traditional full time paid work, but they can offer exciting opportunities on the forefront of technology and new products. By alumna Julie Greenberg.

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I Will Teach You To Be Rich banking, budget, career, entrepreneurship, finance, invest, investing, money, rich, roth, roth IRA, saving

A blog on personal finance and entrepreneurship for college students, recent college grads, and everyone else. Featured in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times.

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I Will Teach You To Be Rich banking, budget, career, entrepreneurship, finance, invest, investing, money, rich, roth, roth IRA, saving

blog on personal finance and entrepreneurship for college students, recent college grads, and everyone else. Featured in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times. By alumnus Ramit Sethi.

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