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Four Ways You Can Still “Do” Spring Quarter Even When You’re Abroad

May 7, 2018 11:59 amComments Off on Four Ways You Can Still “Do” Spring Quarter Even When You’re Abroad
Four Ways You Can Still “Do” Spring Quarter Even When You’re Abroad

Studying abroad can be a great opportunity to get a change of pace and to experience new things, but spending months in a foreign country can also lead to homesickness and FOMO for your friends back on campus, especially during sunny Spring Quarter. Because of this, Stanford’s Counseling and Psychological […]

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Op-Ed: Student’s Horizons Already So Widened After Two Weeks Abroad

October 10, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Op-Ed: Student’s Horizons Already So Widened After Two Weeks Abroad
Op-Ed: Student’s Horizons Already So Widened After Two Weeks Abroad

EUROPE — Bonjour, uncultured swine.  I write to you from a park bench overlooking the River, using cigarette butts from an ash tray I found in a hospital waiting room.  Someone pick-pocketed my fountain pen and also my passport and additionally my wallet (it happens all the time abroad, even […]

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Ask a Student Who Went Abroad Last Quarter

January 13, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on Ask a Student Who Went Abroad Last Quarter
Ask a Student Who Went Abroad Last Quarter

Q: I’m in kind of a tough situation right now. My friend with benefits told me that she’s looking for something more serious and I don’t know how to tell her than I’m not ready for commitment. Any ideas? Thanks in Advance, Flighty in Faisan A: You know, what I […]

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Stanford Student-Athlete Preps For Trip to 2012 Olympics Games

May 22, 2012 6:00 amComments Off on Stanford Student-Athlete Preps For Trip to 2012 Olympics Games
Stanford Student-Athlete Preps For Trip to 2012 Olympics Games

While other students scramble to finish term papers, complete group projects, and study for final exams, Stanford junior long-distance runner Katie Torrero is ramping up her preparations for the 2012 Summer Olympics Games in London. Attending the Olympics has been a dream for Torrero ever since watching the ’96 Games […]

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International Heads of State Come Up With Great Excuses to Avoid Polish President’s Funeral

April 20, 2010 11:49 pm0 comments
International Heads of State Come Up With Great Excuses to Avoid Polish President’s Funeral
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