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Cantor Art Center

There are a lot of museums in the bay area and I want to see them all!!! I recently went to the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Art  158 more words

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Cantor Arts Center

We visited the Cantor Arts Center last Sunday, to see the Carleton Watkins exhibit. Although these photos are not as aesthetically appealing as Ansel Adams, they are still iconic images from the early days of American landscape photography. 26 more words

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Writing 101, Day 6 — The Guardians

I rarely make new friends; and practically never probe into a friends personality or try to discover what makes them tick. That’s my style and it has a name, which I discovered when I took an interest inventory called the Myers-Briggs as part of a job application. 530 more words

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The Penguin Celebrates His [REDACTED]th Name Day!

The Panda and Penguin spent the last few days entertaining the Penguin’s parents as they were in town to help him celebrate years since his birth.   280 more words

Writing101, Day 2 — Joy In The Garden of Despair


The first busload of tourists hasn’t arrived, and quiet rules in the Cantor Sculpture Garden. It’s Saturday morning, and the nearby construction site is taking the day off, which immobilizes the cranes and enforces the quiet. 266 more words

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Writing 101, Day 1 — Thinking

One of my favorite spots on the Stanford campus is the Rodin Sculpture Garden. For the last few months a fence has separated the sculpture garden from the construction site of the new McMurtry building, which is replacing the condemned dissection lab where years ago med students learned their first surgery chops. 126 more words

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Construction Site

Since they’ve recently been displaced from their dance studio in Roble Gym due to renovation, this group of Dance students, performed a set of dances using the entire campus as their stage! 40 more words

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