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Founded in 1911, Ram's Head Theatrical Society is Stanford's oldest student-run theater group. Its recent production of "Hairspray" garnered large audiences and glowing reviews.
Founded in 1967, the Black Student Union is a social, cultural, and political organization for Black students at Stanford.
The Astronomical Society organizes stargazing nights, workshops, trips to dark sky sites, and conferences for amateur astronomers.
Each week, Challah for Hunger volunteers bake and sell challah bread to raise money for social justice.
The members of Stanford's Flying TreeHouse conduct writing workshops with elementary students and turn those stories into performances.
The Stanford Society of Women Engineers provides career and academic development opportunities and promotes the study of engineering to local youth.
Team HBV is addressing the disproportionately high incidence of hepatitis B and liver cancer among minority groups.
More than 40 competitive climbers are reaching new heights through the Stanford Climbing Club.
The Stanford Women's Rugby team has won numerous National Championships and is consistently ranked one of the top teams in the country.
The Stanford Fund helps support more than 100 student groups, ranging from performing arts troupes to club sports to service organizations. As part of Stanford's vibrant campus community, student-run organizations develop leadership, team-building, and other skills that prove useful long after graduation.