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Stanford-developed sleep mask claims to cure jet lag

Researchers aim to change circadian rhythm with sleep mask

A startup founded by Stanford researchers wants to use one second of light while you’re sleeping to cure your jet lag. 342 more words


Make some, save some – DIY acai bowls

DIY Acai

In the past year or so, acai bowls have been popping up on Instagram, Snapchat and in different restaurants here in Palo Alto. And though the bowls can be a sweet, filling and relatively healthy brunch option, they can get pricey at around $8 a bowl. 335 more words

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Students create ping pong-playing robot in artificial intelligence lab

Stanford students program robot to play ping pong

Kuka watched the path of the ping pong ball, lifted a bright red paddle and, with a snap, effortlessly sent the ball to the other side. 604 more words


Former dean Julie Lythcott-Haims writes book on helicopter parenting

Interview with author and former Stanford dean

A carefully curated schedule from a young age featuring the right tutors, classes and extracurriculars may get you into your school of choice. 1,052 more words


Researchers find walking in nature provides mental health benefits

Stanford studies show walking in nature helps us

Stanford researchers found that walking in nature, as opposed to walking in urban areas, provides mental health benefits. 666 more words


‘Needtobreathe’ performs solid, spiritual concert at the Masonic

Concert review of Needtobreathe

Needtobreathe lead singer Bear Rineheart. (ALINA ABIDI / Stanford Daily)

Needtobreathe recently kicked off the second leg of their “Tour de Compadres” at San Francisco’s Masonic, bringing with them two members of Colony House, Switchfoot and Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors. 897 more words


Switchfoot guitarist Drew Shirley talks college, California, Christianity

Interview with Switchfoot guitarist

Switchfoot performs on-stage alongside Need2Breathe. (ALINA ABIDI, The Stanford Daily)

Switchfoot was born out of the San Diego waves and cinema. After initial success as a Christian rock group, the band converted isolated hits into mainstream successes after their songs were featured in 2002’s “A Walk to Remember” and the family-friendly flick “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.” With lyrics that are positive and wholesome, simultaneously steeped in allusions to philosophy and literature, the band has remained an eccentric fixture of the alternative rock scene. 1,347 more words