Posts Tagged ‘Student Group’

New Stanford student group bridges the arts, sciences and engineering

The group’s first art exhibition reflects knowledge-gathering and knowledge-making that are hallmarks of the university.

When two students saw more division than unity between the different academic disciplines on Stanford’s campus, they decided to build a community and call it ArtX. Katherine Yang is the co-founder of the ArtX student organization. (Image credit: L.A. Cicero) Launched in 2017 by Stanford students Ramin Ahmari, BS ’18 and MS ’18, and Katherine Yang,…

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Determined students overcome challenges and breathe new life into a classic musical

With 'My Fair Lady,' Stanford's Asian American Theater Project tackles race and social class in the first student-produced musical theater production in Bing Concert Hall.

Reimaging Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins as part of the British Asian immigrant community in early 20th century London was the first of several challenges for Ken Savage, ’14, and Asia Chiao, ’15, two students who don’t take no for an answer. It was fall 2012 when they agreed to join forces and stage My…

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