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Art and About artists, arts, children, creativity, dance, enjoyment, fulfillment, life, music, painting, photography, self discovery

Art and About encourages everyone to engage with the creative force in everyday life. By alumna Christina Engelbrecht.

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Beauty by Ilana beauty, business, entrepenuer

Journal of my love of beauty and writing. I'm a skin therapist/writer who is looking to change the world one perfectly arched eyebrow at a time. I'm working in the beauty industry, working on a young adult fantasy novel and loving both careers!

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Betsy Streeter's Blog brainwaves cartoon, cartoonist, funny, humor, illustrator

Alumna Betsy Streeter is the creator of the single-panel comics "Brainwaves" and "The Mommy Track'd Funny Papers." She has published cartoons and humorous illustrations for many years. In her blog Betsy writes Big Thoughts About Little Drawings, where she talks about how many of her cartoons come into being.

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Chop and Stir cooking, cooks, family, food, recipes

Alex, Cheryl, and Mike are building Chop and Stir to share our favorite recipes and techniques with our food friends. We hope that these blog posts will inspire you to cook and eat together as a family at home, and invent recipes of your own. By alumnus Mike Shwe.

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Cross~Sections art, art conservator, artists, conservation, material science, museum, painting, preservation, prints, restoration, science, sculpture

The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford is interested in starting a conservation science program at the museum. This blog will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the conservation work and science projects pursued at the Cantor Arts Center Conservation Lab.

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Dan Moreau author, literature, rejection, writer, writing

Posts by a professional writer, Dan Moreau, about his rejections from magazines.

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Diaspora California arts, california, dance, diaspora, music, performing arts, visual art

Diaspora California is a blog dedicated to promoting artists and arts educators from California’s diaspora communities, as well as arts organizations that serve diaspora communities or showcase art forms from another part of the world in a meaningful and educational way. “Art,” in our definition, encompasses everything from music to fashion.

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Erikka Innes clever, comedy, Daily Life, geek, humor, nerd, obscure references, sci-fi, weird, witty, workplace

Regularly updated musings of a geek girl and comedian living in the San Francisco bay area. Entries feature commentary on gadgets, everyday life, music, pop culture, and geek interests (science fiction, roleplaying, ren faires, technology, monkeys, pirates). By alumna Erika Innes.

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Future Imperfect Japan, japanese language, kanji, kyoto

The Japanese language challenges this US resident of Kyoto. By alumna Sandra Katzman.

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Golf Course of Rhymes golf, golf history, golf humor, golf poetry, humor, poetry, Scotland, sports

Explores the links between golf and poetry. By alumnus Leon White.

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Handful of Salt bay area, craft, design

Covers high-end, responsible design/craft, with a focus on the San Francisco Bay area. By alumna Regina M. Connell.

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KANLOAN books, filipino americans, humanities, literature, nostalgia, philippines, places, writing

Let's see, what can I say about my blog?

I'd say it's a blog about 1) places, physical and emotional landscapes, and nostalgia; 2) books and reading and anything that catches my eye from the tons of magazines and literary journals I subscribe to (I subscribe to everything from The Economist to The New Yorker to Alimentum, a journal about food writing, to New Letters, but you really don't want to hear the whole list, do you?) and finally it's 3) about the Philippines and Filipino Americans and everything that affects them.

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Karen Jordan Writes doctor, family, Georgia, hospital, medical, medicine

This blog consists of a variety of stories and anecdotes about my family and my great-grandfather, the first African-American doctor in Coweta County, Georgia. He built the first African-American hospital and helped to integrate medicine in that area in the early 1900's. He graduated from medical school in 1896. By alumna Karen Jordan.

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Leland Quarterly art, campus life, commentary, creative non-fiction, fiction, humanities, literary magazine, photography, poetry, politics, Student Group, writing

Leland Quarterly: A Statement on Literature, Culture, Art, and Politics is a general interest magazine that showcases the very best in Stanford University undergraduate art and writing. Our mission is to tap into the almost incomparably diverse talents of Stanford's undergraduate student body, by soliciting a wide array of poetry and prose, and working closely with authors to achieve a publication of superior content and design. Leland's statement – from fiction to poetry, essays to reviews – will be enduring, common, recognizable, and extraordinary.

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Minted e-commerce, family, holidays, internet, retail, wedding

The inside scoop on Minted artists and the stationery they design. By alumna Melissa Kim.

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Muni Moments Muni, public transportation, san francisco

Muni Moments shares the magic of San Francisco’s public transportation. Alumna Katherine Roubos seeks to honor the ordinary imperfectness of people by sharing stories as she hears and sees them.

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Noli Irritare Leones Africa, culture, medical, news, politics, religion

Blogging about religion, politics, African news, medical news, cultural trends, sexuality (not in an NC-17 way), movies, and whatever else strikes my fancy. By alumna Lynn Gazis-Sax.

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Orangette cookbooks, cooking, cooks, food, recipes

Molly Wizenberg, author of "A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from my Kitchen Table," posts recipes and photos.

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Our Life in Meals cooking, family, food, home chef, recipes

One couple, one kitchen, and one over the top food adventure!

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Philosophy Talk: The Blog humanities, media, philosophy, radio

Philosophy Talk: The Blog is a companion blog to the radio program Philosophy talk, hosted by John Perry and Ken Taylor. Though Perry and Taylor will be the major bloggers here, we will also feature a continuous stream of guest bloggers. In addition, you can experience the wit and wisdom of our sixty-second philosopher Ian Shoals and the insight of that astute and wide ranging observer of the created universe, Amy Standen, the our Roving Philosophical Reporter.

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