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Public service is an integral part of a Stanford education. Through Cardinal Service, students can pursue one ofnearly500 full-time,quarter-long service opportunities, and more than 150 community-engaged learningcourses across more than 40 departments and programs. Now, students who complete a Cardinal Quarter or 12+ units of Cardinal Courses are eligible to have these commitments reflected on their academic transcript with the Cardinal Service Notation.
Since our founding, students at Stanford have made significant public service commitments – commitments that have enriched their academic pursuits and provided opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills to pressing social and environmental challenges. With the Cardinal Service Notation, Stanford can begin to formally recognize these commitments as part of students’ academic experience.
The Haas Center for Public Service invites all students who meet the eligibility requirements below to apply for the Cardinal Service Notation. Applications are accepted twice per year, in Autumn and Spring quarters.
Students who complete the requirements for both the Cardinal Quarter and the Cardinal Courses need only apply under one of the categories. We encourage you to choose the experience that most influenced your overall education and experience here at Stanford, and share with us why in your academic integration statement.
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for Spring 2018 is April 27, 2018 at 11:59pm.
Students are eligible for the Cardinal Service Notation after completing one of the following:
Students should satisfy their eligibility before applying. For example, a student completing a Cardinal Quarter in the autumn should wait to apply until the spring. Similarly, a student enrolled in a Cardinal Course in the spring should apply the following autumn.
To apply for the notation, students should complete the application . In the application students will be asked tosubmit a current unofficial transcript, as well as an academic integration statement (minimum 2000 words) responding to the following prompt:
Please describe your Cardinal Service experience, and discuss how this experience:
For more information, please contact Sarah McShea , Program Manager.
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The Terrible Secret of Lunastus is a zany comedy-action romp through the outers of space! The Moon is falling from orbit and on the eve of the Earth’s destruction four astronauts, accompanied by their robot, Android, depart for the planet Lunastus to assess its suitability as a new home for the human race. The creatures they discover there will make them question their free will… and fear for their lives.
The show was performed over four weekends at the beautiful historic Zion Lutheran Church in downtown Baltimore. The Terrible Secret of Lunastus is the third original rock opera written and performed by the Baltimore Rock Opera Society. It originally debuted in 2011 as a part of the BROS Double Feature at the Autograph Playhouse on 25th Street.
Incredibly Dead! is a b-horror homage with dastardly heroes, maniacal villains, and insane antics!
Arena Players, Baltimore's historic African American community theater, and Baltimore Rock Opera Society are partnering on an epic night of double-header theater entertainment!
Lunastus is a zany comedy-action romp through the outers of space that pays homage to our favorite science fiction serial TV shows! Get ready to explore a bizarre new world!
This violent, raucous, rebellious rock roll musical begins in 1661 in Calais, France, and crosses the open Atlantic Ocean before coming to a bloody close in the Caribbean Sea.
Amphion delivers blood, gore, tears, sweaty dancing, gore, sweet sweet romance and gore wrapped up in an epic historical fairy tale.
CHRONOSHRED is an action-packed sci-fi comedy that feels like watching all of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons – 3000 years into the future!
These smooth, crisp, refreshing rock operas are filled to the brim with deep, handcrafted flavor. The Rock Opera 6-Pack: “Oh boy, what a show!”
An electronic revolution set in the neon future of Ancient Egypt.
Our debut medieval fantasy rock opera, updated and re-imagined as a mind-blowing touring production.
MURDERCASTLE is a bone-chilling tale of death, love, and intrigue set during the Chicago 1893 World’s Fair.
VALHELLA: The Ragnarøkkoperetta is the first sign of the apocalypse – a Norse-inspired creation tale!
March 22, 2018 by Jen Balisi
It’s crazy to think I’ve officially been living in Hong Kong for 6 months! I’ve been able to try out my fair share of restaurants in that time, and since I’m always getting direct messages on Instagram asking about where to eat in Hong Kong, I’ve finally pulled together a list of my favorite restaurants. I’m careful to not call this a definitive “best restaurants in Hong Kong” list since there are so many places I still have to try from my own hit list. But hopefully this still serves as a good guide to exploring Hong Kong’s dining scene, whether it’s your first time or 5th!
January 29, 2018 by Jen Balisi
Walking down the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator, it’s hard to miss the big, bright red and yellow neon star hanging from the window of Pho Up , a brand new restaurant in Hong Kong’s SoHo District that comes from the same team as the beloved bar 65 Peel. The star is appropriate given the restaurant’s prime location on Hollywood Road, but it also represents the flag of Vietnam where the majority of the menu dishes come from.
January 25, 2018 by Jen Balisi
After a few spam musubis or a Hawaiian poke bowl, you’re bound to be craving something sweet. We had a LOT of dessert and pastries in Oahu to satisfy our sweet tooth, from donuts to cheese tarts to local shave ice. Here’s a roundup of our favorite dessert shops and bakeries in Oahu.
January 22, 2018 by Jen Balisi
Located underneath Cali-Mex Taqueria in Hong Kong’s bustling Lan Kwai Fong nightlife district, Los Sotano is a speakeasy style lounge serving up Mexican fare and a wide selection of mezcal and tequila. What looks like a giant tequila barrel against an alley wall is actually the entrance – just push and the door reveals itself. The swanky bar area features an Instagram-worthy neon sign that says “Tequila Makes My Clothes Come Off” (which is also the name of one of their tasty margaritas) with lounge chairs and small tables, while the other section features velvet booths surrounding larger tables with built-in Asahi taps so you can pour your own beer and pay by volume.
January 16, 2018 by Jen Balisi
Standing in that windowsill, I felt like I was watching the heart of downtown Manhattan beating. Looking straight ahead, the blurred reflections of passing clouds and buildings appeared on the mirrored facade of One World Trade Center. To the left and in between the skyscrapers of Brookfield Place were ferries cruising down the Hudson River, across to the waterfront plazas of New Jersey where many commuted in from. Shifting my gaze down, small silhouettes of people walked through the tree-lined paths surrounding the September 11 Memorial Pools. Down further, the white spires of the Oculus pierced though the sky like a skeleton exploding. All of this, right in front of my eyes from my hotel room inside the Millennium Hilton New York Downtown .