Stanford, From The Dish to The Oval: Mapping The Future Nobel Prize Winners on The Farm
Being surrounded by Palo Alto, San Francisco, and the rest of the Bay Area, Stanford is in a unique position that isn’t like being in a major city but also far from a rural college setting (though the groves around Stanford Stadium sure feel like the Outback). Can student afford to eat and drink on University Ave.? Eh, not regularly. Can you or anybody for that matter afford to live in Palo Alto? Heck no. Or at least until your start-up gets that major Sand Hill Road v.c. funding, which being a Stanford alum is pretty likely.
This is the Farm that breeds Nobel Prize winners. This is the Farm with a lake that is always dry and an Enchanted Broccoli Forest. This is the home of the best damn band in the land that doesn’t need to play in traditional formations or wear clothes for that matter.
No matter what, remember to Beat Cal (well, that’s not very hard these days). And study. This is Stanford. You better play hard but you’re not working hard enough if you’re not spending at least 2 nights a week sleeping in Green or Meyer.
Shall we meet at Tresidder Fountain, then toss the frisbee at the Oval? Absolutely, it’s another perfect day on the Farm. Go Card!
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