Within 48 hours of reopening, Santa Clara county officials ordered all of the county’s barber shops to close indefinitely in an attempt to continue their progress on becoming an “80s county.” “We have never had an entire county of people all having the same long and messy hairstyle, as access to barber shops lets people…
Sanjiv Sam Gambhir, bioengineering professor and chair of radiology at Stanford School of Medicine’s chair of radiology, died of cancer on July 18 at 57 years old.
“The kind of inspiration and knowledge you get from looking at art offers comfort in some ways,” Susan Dackerman, the John and Jill Freidenrich Director of the Cantor Arts Center, said.
The project is planned to accommodate the local Redwood City community through street improvements, resource sustainability and reservation of public open spaces.
The Daily sat down with 1301PE founder Brian Butler to discuss his work, collaborating with other artists and the impact of poster art on the Stanford community.
Though Green now stands as the unquestioned centerpiece of the Stanford Libraries system, it didn’t start that way. Other Stanford libraries have come and gone with time, but their history — along with Jane Stanford’s vision for a “grand library”— is integral to what Green has become.
Christian Guilleminaut began his Stanford career as a visiting assistant professor in 1972 and after a short time became the associate director of Stanford’s Sleep Disorder Clinic.
“Honey and Salt,” Wilson’s 13th album, is an ingenious jazz reinterpretation of Carl Sandburg’s classic poems.
“Island Universe” represents possible models of the early universe through sculpture. The temporary exhibition is open at the Cantor Arts Center from Feb. 23 to Aug. 18, 2019.
Former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo M.A. '72, '74, Ph.D '93 was arrested in California on Tuesday and faces an extradition order to send him back to Peru for his implication in the Odebrecht corruption scandal.