This weekend, Rae and I had the pleasure to attend the Symbolic Systems Program 25th Anniversary event in the Huang Engineering Center at Stanford. I owe a great deal of my success to the program and the lifelong friends I’ve made in classes such as Philosophy 160A. When I arrived at Stanford, my plan was … Continue reading Symbolic Systems Program 25th Anniversary
Friday night, Rae and I attended the Women’s NCAA Quarterfinals Soccer match between the Stanford Cardinal and the Florida State Seminoles. Coming into the game, the Stanford Women’s team was undefeated this year with a record of 21-0-2. They are the prohibitive favorite in this year’s tournament, which concludes in Cary, North Carolina, this week. … Continue reading Stanford Women's Soccer Against Florida State
This morning, Dardy, Rae, and I went to the official Grand Opening of the new Red Mango yogurt shop in Valley Fair. Yul Kwon, winner of Survivor: Cook Islands, has opened four shops in the Bay Area. Yul and I were classmates at Stanford (and fellow Symbolic Systems grads). I still fondly remember the many … Continue reading Red Mango and Yul Kwon
Brook Lopez after celebrating his game-winning basket in the second round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament against Marquette. He began the Fall Quarter on the academic ineligible list. Guess he’ll be getting an A+ in basketball this quarter.
Randy forwarded me the story of Azia Kim, a high school graduate who was recently caught on campus months after posing as a Stanford student. Initially, Kim pretended there was a housing mixup that caused her to be without a housing assignment in the Fall. She squatted in Kimball for the first two quarters before … Continue reading Stanford Imposter Caught
I read in the Stanford Daily today that five freshman girls from Donner got the top pick in the housing draw: lucky number five. They’ll be living in Bob next year. The Housing Draw was very different when I was a student. Back in the day, you wrote out your list of preferred houses before … Continue reading Stanford Housing Draw
Has it really been four years since I graduated from Stanford??? On Sunday, June 17, 2001, I attended the fourth Stanford graduation since I walked down that red carpet and said goodbye to my college years. There were only a handful of people that I knew who were graduating this year, a far cry from … Continue reading Stanford University Graduation 2001
On Saturday, April 28, 2001, I went to Stanford University, my old alma mater, to check my postal mail and shoot some pictures. Along the way, I ran into members of the Palm Economy, old friends, and even my doctor! (Photos taken with a Canon D30 with 50mm f/1.4, 17-35mm f/2.8L and 70-200mm f/2.8L lenses) … Continue reading Saturday at Stanford