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Victoria Shantrell and Ms. A-lan Holt engage in a dialogue about Holt’s upcoming play, 8Ball. A-lan discusses the motivation for the creation of the award-winning play and upcoming projects. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit 8ballplay.com.
Shot at the European Parliament, “Suppressing Success” is about religious freedom in Turkey. This human rights documentary features interviews with prominent Turkish, European, and American policy makers, academics, and leaders.
What makes a job green? Hear panelists talk about their own career paths and how they are assisting sustainability efforts in a variety of fields.
Hear from Stanford Alumni who have taken a gap year(s) prior to medical school. ; You will come away with new ideas on what you can do in a gap year.
When Mara accidentally sends staff meeting notes to the whole dorm, The Dorm’s staff must scramble to keep her mistake from becoming a dorm disaster.
Episode 2 of Stanford’s favorite student talk show “The Dialogue” with your host Victoria Shantrell. Come watch and listen to Victoria discuss the state of the current dating scene both at Stanford and beyond. ;
Stay tuned for Episode 3 coming soon!
Behind-the-scenes inteview with Van Jones, environmental activist and former member of the Obama administration. Shot on Stanford University’s campus @ FutureFest