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  • The showcase will take place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. June 29

  • Contact CIT's and Beatrice for shuttle information

  • The program will end at 10 a.m. June 30

  • Capsules hold history

    Capsules hold history

    Courtney Merrill, Writer

    June 29, 2014

    Since the late eighteen hundreds, each graduating class at Stanford has buried a time capsule around the quad that is in front of the Memorial church. Few people know what belongings are in them though, since the only time that any capsules were opened have been caused by construction work. Because Stanford...

    The time capsules in front of the Memorial church represent the many years of the past, displayed in a magnificent row of bronze diamonds.

    Courtney Merrill

  • Proud prose

    Proud prose

    Esme Ablaza, Writer

    June 29, 2014

    When one steps off a ferry and takes in the scenery of the golden hills and sweeping views of San Francisco Bay that make Angel Island a favorite destination for tourists and locals alike, it is difficult to believe that so much injustice and inclusion took place there. Perhaps it is the uncontainable...

  • Nurturing seeds of culture

    Nurturing seeds of culture

    Alexandra Fong, Writer

    June 29, 2014

    In the lives of the second and third generation American children living with first generation parents and grandparents, heritage is preserved in families through food, language, religion and customs. Few people take the time to study, let alone visit the places they came from, which is perhaps why we...

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  • Out and PROUD

    Out and PROUD

    Caroline Wohl, Writer

    June 29, 2014

    Roaming the hilly Castro district, the air is breezy and the atmosphere is full of liberation. Rainbow flags line the buildings, fluttering in the San Francisco wind. People are relaxing, embracing the open atmosphere, when all of a sudden music can be heard blasting from a street corner. A man clad...

    In the Castro district of San Francisco, the rainbow flag representing the LGBT community flows proudly in the wind, alerting people of the gay-friendly establishments.

  • Culture shock with a side of delight

    Culture shock with a side of delight

    Alec Dougherty, Writer

    June 29, 2014

    The West Coast--a foreign land of enigma that often perplexes us Easterners. We hear the myths about it constantly and often don’t think too much of it because, for the most part, we have our own parallel luxuries on the Atlantic. As I found out on my first West Coast excursion, however, there is one...

SJ Earthquakes vs. LA Galaxy

SJ Earthquakes vs. LA Galaxy

Veronica Vargo, Web Editor

June 29, 2014No Comments

Capsules hold history

Capsules hold history

Courtney Merrill, Writer

Since the late eighteen hundreds, each graduating class at Stanford has buried a time capsule around the quad that is in front of the Memorial church. Few people know what belongings are in them though, since the only time...

June 29, 2014No Comments

Out and PROUD

Out and PROUD

Caroline Wohl, Writer

Roaming the hilly Castro district, the air is breezy and the atmosphere is full of liberation. Rainbow flags line the buildings, fluttering in the San Francisco wind. People are relaxing, embracing the open atmosphere, when...

June 29, 2014No Comments

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Passion, Obsession, Dedication

Passion, Obsession, Dedication

Veronica Vargo, Web Editor

The o at the end of Francesco (Fran-ches-co) does not just sound like any other o. It rolls off his tongue with the italian accent that chants Ole ole ole ole, Inter! Inter! Francesco Pozzetti is a long way from home. ...

June 29, 2014No Comments

  • Colombian pride shines bright June 29, 2014

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