Individuals may be advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to self-isolate for 14 days after returning from China due to coronavirus’ two-week incubation period. In this article, The Daily interviews three individuals who have self-isolated.
In an event held at El Centro on Friday afternoon, former Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar Lopez Rivera discussed his experiences as a community organizer and his vision for Puerto Rico.
The unnamed individual, who was revealed to have the virus on Jan. 31, is one of two people within the county who have been infected with the coronavirus.
In a campus-wide initiative to eliminate food insecurity, the Associated Students of Stanford University partnered with Stanford Food Recovery to integrate a food sharing app, ShareMeals, into the Stanford community.
At Tuesday’s “A Conversation about the New York Times 1619 Project,” project creator Nikole Hannah-Jones and contributing writer Kiese Laymon discussed inequality present in education, faculty diversity and the role of allies.
In an initiative to send medical supplies to hospitals treating coronavirus in China, undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni teamed up to create student-led response team Stanford for Wuhan.
As the result of an initiative that began in 2017, Stanford Hospital has partnered with the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center to offer sexual assault forensic exams to survivors.
A resident of Santa Clara County has tested positive for coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Friday. This is the seventh domestic case of coronavirus and the first in the Bay Area.
Following increasing reports of coronavirus spreading worldwide, a report from Stanford Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) has asked all community members who have returned from traveling to China within the past 14 days to "self-isolate," regardless of whether they show symptoms of the disease.
In Wednesday night’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, councilors discussed Thursday’s Lunar New Year Celebration and student concerns about the ongoing coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China but has affected around 6,000 people globally.
At Wednesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, councilors voted to endorse the ASSU sexual violence prevention report that was introduced in the previous week’s meeting in an effort to decrease instances of sexual harassment, assault and violence on campus. Councilors supported initiatives to improve the mental health of Stanford students and faculty. They also heard…
The 128th Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ), a Stanford tradition set to take place on Friday from 11:30 p.m. to 12:15 a.m., will include new activities such as assembling hygiene packages for the local homeless community as well as a glow stick necklace system to help indicate attendees’ level of engagement and improve understanding…
Data about Stanford’s incoming class used to be released in the spring, but last fall, the University announced it would no longer publicize data regarding undergraduate applications during the early or regular admissions cycle.
In order to provide support to residents of Santa Clara County who have been sexually assaulted, the newly-opened Stanford Hospital has partnered with the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center to open a 24-hour Sexual Assault Forensic Exam (SAFE) center.
During the Graduate Student Council’s (GSC) last meeting of the quarter, councilors approved a bill to provide $5,000 toward an event bringing Chanel Miller to campus — half of what was requested by event organizer and former Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) President Shanta Katipamula B.S. ’19 M.S. ’20.
After offering the class for 14 years, the French and Italian Department has canceled the one-unit FRENLANG 60D: French Viticulture due to inadequate funding and resources.
At Stanford, women in the field of computer science stand as the gender minority and report microaggressions in both classroom and professional settings. Despite these setbacks, women are provided with many resources to help them effectively pursue computer science.
In their weekly meeting, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) focused on improving the mental health of students and faculty. Furthermore, they discussed upcoming events and their opinions on Chanel Miller’s contemplative garden. As part of an initiative to improve the mental health of graduate students on campus, fourth-year theater and performance studies student Kari Barclay…
This summer, Stanford Residential and Dining Enterprises (R&DE) piloted a new keyless lock system in the Soto and Trancos dormitories of Wilbur Hall. When implemented, the system will allow students to enter their rooms by using just their University-issued ID cards. “This new system will provide security and convenience for residents of these two houses,”…
During Wednesday night’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, councilors debated the effects of diversity on faculty and students and their mental health.
In a brief meeting Wednesday night, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) discussed a new initiative to diversify graduate student admissions and an update on the rebranding project piloted by the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) and Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE).
The Wehab Lab of the Stanford Psychophysiology Laboratory has been working on developing a haptic breathing pacer (HBP) to address issues surrounding mental health and emotion dysregulation, an individual’s inability to change an undesired emotional experience. The device applies vibrations to a user’s body, with which they can synchronize their breathing to reduce arousal in…
In their third meeting of the 2019-20 school year, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) discussed ways to facilitate communication between the Stanford student body and the administration, public safety power shutoffs and a resolution in support of sexual assault victim Chanel Miller. The Council also swore in two new members: communications co-term John Coffey B.A.…