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Wilbur: Junipero

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Wilbur East, Zap, Terra, Kappa Alpha Theta, Robert Moore South (Bob), and apartments in Mirrielees and EVGR-A

About

Junipero, affectionately known as J-Ro, is an all-freshman dorm located on the east side of campus, in the community of dormitories known together as Wilbur Hall. It is comprised of one-room doubles, with one-room singles available under special condition. In addition to two Resident Fellows, Junipero has six student staff members, all of which are available to the 85 freshmen residents who reside there. Many in-dorm activities and “off-the-farm” events are planned throughout the year for both intellectual and recreational purposes.

How did Junipero get its name?

Junipero is the Spanish word for the Juniper tree. Wilbur Hall, where Junipero is located, is named for Ray Lyman Wilbur, a Stanford alumnus, who served as Dean of the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford University President (1916-1943), and US Secretary of the Interior. Each house in Wilbur Hall has a Spanish name; Junipero is one of several dormitory names referencing natural features, in honor of Dr. Wilbur’s love of nature. 

Resident Fellows

We are thrilled to be the RFs in Junipero.

Photo of Junipero Resident Fellows.

Addie is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology & Neurological Sciences, focusing her research and clinical care on the diagnosis and management of headaches. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Addie moved to the East coast to attend Brown University as an undergraduate, where she majored in Neuroscience, followed by New York University for medical school. She returned to the West coast to join the Stanford community for her residency in Neurology and fellowship in Headache and Facial Pain.

Danny was born and raised in Southern California. He earned his BS from Stanford in Management Science & Engineering, and his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He now works at Facebook, driving strategy initiatives that give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.

Their hobbies include baking, hiking, puzzle-hunting (a passion Danny picked up while a Stanford undergraduate) and exploring local attractions.

Stanford has provided formative experiences for both Danny and Addie, and they’re excited to share countless more with the residents of JRo! 

Exterior photo of Junipero.