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Wit and Wordplay Take Center Stage in StanShakes’ Love’s Labour’s Lost

Spring (quarter!) is in the air…

The Stanford Shakespeare Company’s twenty-first show is staged where many Stanford undergraduates might find themselves on a good weekend: the front porch of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house.

Performing the show at an actual fraternity house aligns with StanShakes’ history of presenting high-quality, free Shakespeare shows in uniquely Stanford locations. Past locations have included the old Terman fountain, the Cantor Arts Center, and the oak tree amphitheater outside Huang Engineering. This week only, through the generous support of ASSU Special Fees and a…

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Stanford student explores the arts way off campus

Massive public murals typically aren’t the first image that comes to mind when the city of Lyon is mentioned. Located in east-central France between two major rivers, the Rhône and the Saône, Lyon is renowned for its Renaissance architecture, silk production and a plethora of local sausage specialties (calf’s feet anyone?). Yet a lesser-known gem…

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