MCAT changes, Roble Field parking, Squash wins title

Feb. 24, 2015, 1:43 a.m.

Stanford students and faculty adapt to MCAT changes, focusing more on social sciences and biochemistry. New Roble Field parking garage under construction and set to open late next year. Thomas Gilligan, business school dean at University of Texas, named next director of Hoover Institution. Stanford football kicks off spring practices. Squash wins the Division B national title of the 2015 College Squash Association Championships. Vihan Lakshman rebuts yesterday’s op-ed, which denounced the tradeoff made academically for athletics, and claims that Athletics provides a rich campus culture and educational experience. Super Tuesday explores whether the debate over same-sex marriage is a question of morality or practicality. The Stanford Shakespeare Company’s rendition of ‘Lear’ is reviewed as staging a modern, female, centric take on the classic. TAPS’ ‘Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead’ is “an all-around fantastic production”.

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