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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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Leland Quarterly art, campus life, commentary, creative non-fiction, fiction, literary, magazine, photography, poetry, politics, 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, 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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Everyday Science chemistry, grad student, humor, lab, science

Everyday science is the science that doesn’t make the headlines--the science in the background--the science that we all do and know and love and hate. We just thought there should be a place to post our boring everyday results, trials, and tribulations. It's also a place for silly things and cool results.

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ChinaRains academic, china, Rains houses, social science More
Building a Better Legal Profession advocacy, diversity, gender, innovation, law

BBLP encourages law students at Stanford and other schools around the country to use their market power and support law firms making progress on issues important to the legal community. On any issue of concern -- billable hour reform, pro bono participation, gender equity, or diversity -- law students have a choice between firms that want the status quo and firms taking affirmative steps toward a better legal profession. BBLP highlights articles about these issues of concern and provides rankings of large law firms along these metrics in major legal markets.

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blog to end america's use of torture activism, amnesty, international, politics, torture More


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