Over the past year, the Stanford administration has unveiled several initiatives for combatting racism on campus, but students criticize a lack of substantive change on some issues, such as policing on campus, and the need for significant student activism to make progress on others, such as the departmentalization of African and African American Studies.
Changing the names of important landmarks is not always easy. Biestman described her multi-year efforts, as well as the engaging conversation students had with administrators about the Serra name, as a turning point in the University’s decision to remove the Serra name from numerous prominent buildings.
Students participating in SoCo 2021 will have to comply with University COVID regulations, including social distancing guidelines and COVID testing requirements. If conditions in Santa Clara County make in-person activities unsafe, some courses will move online, while others will be cancelled.
As part of a three-part series on Stanford’s Guggenheim fellows, meet humanities professor R. Lanier Anderson, comparative literature and Iberian and Latin American Cultures professor Vincent Barletta and art history professor Enrique Chagoya.
Beginning in May, Stanford is decreasing the frequency with which graduate, professional students, faculty and staff need to get tested for COVID-19.
University President Marc Tessier-Lavigne said that the latest California public health guidelines allow for an in-person graduation in the second week of June.
An upcoming exhibition by the Stanford University Archaeology Collections will examine the role that women played in bringing objects to the collection, following national trends in exploring the role of museums in caretaking historical objects.
Emma Rashes B.S. ’21 M.S. ’22 was motivated by her personal and academic interest to publish a picture book following the journey of a llama and highlighting the importance of vaccination and herd immunity.
The fetishization of Asian American women, especially those who work in massage parlors, is linked to how police and society engage with this industry, experts on gender and immigration say.
Multilingual publishing can serve as a powerful tool in breaking down hierarchies of knowledge and power within academia.
“In Conversation with the Inaugural Poem: Shaping the Future with Language” presented the work of six Stanford students who presented their spoken and written responses to the inaugural poem.
Santa Clara County health officials provided an update on the newest reopening measures in the county and ongoing vaccine efforts.
Since 2008, the number of graduate students from China has increased while the number of grad students from other countries has remained relatively unchanged in comparison.
This week's "Art & Civil Rights" installment, led by Melissa Santos '21, focused on the intersection of race and gender in education, while paying homage to Black History Month and responding to recent dialogue at Stanford about the departmentalization of African & African American Studies.
The French national soccer team has long been used by politicians in France to showcase the country’s diversity, according to Fatoumata Seck, Cécile Alduy and Dominic Thomas, although the country is still unable to reckon with its colonial past.
Founded by a Stanford student, Farmlink, a non-profit that aims to reduce food insecurity, will use the $40,000 prize to scale its operations and impact.
The Institute for Brain Research and Innovation will provide a hub for concussion research to allow TeachAids to improve its educational programs.