Meals of Gratitude has raised over $60,000 in donations to provide free restaurant meals to Stanford Hospital staff working amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Stanford Health Care opened a drive-thru testing site at Galvez parking lot on campus on Wednesday, expanding Stanford Health Care’s capacity to administer tests for COVID-19.
The cancellations will affect 348 accepted and waitlisted undergraduates across BOSP's 16 summer quarter, overseas seminar and summer internship programs, according to the announcement.
Groups of students, organizing informally and as part of existing Stanford communities, have started numerous campaigns to raise funds and source donations or offers of assistance from community members.
The county is banning public or private gatherings of more than 100 people, effective at midnight on Saturday.
Two more coronavirus cases — one “on the main campus” and one in Stanford Medicine — have been confirmed at Stanford, Associate Vice Provost for Environmental Health & Safety Russell Furr announced on Wednesday evening.
All home athletics competitions are now "closed to the public through May 15 or until further notice," Stanford Athletics announced Wednesday morning.
Palo Alto restaurants are facing declining sales and the threat of closure due to news of coronavirus.
“Stanford Medicine is currently caring for a few patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 [coronavirus],” wrote University President Marc Tessier-Lavigne in an announcement on Thursday afternoon.
No. 6 Stanford squash (7-7) was edged out by No. 8 Columbia (11-7) 5-4 in the fifth-place playoff match of the National Championships on Sunday to confirm a No. 6 end of season ranking.
No. 6 Stanford squash (6-5) returns to New Haven this Friday to begin its postseason campaign with a rematch against No. 3 Yale (12-3).
Understanding the Stanford Theatre’s setting helps one appreciate the cinema’s undertaking: to preserve, even in the heart of Silicon Valley, the decidedly unmodern experience of a night at the movies in cinema’s Golden Age.
No. 5 Stanford squash (5-5) concluded its regular season with a 1-2 split in New Haven over the weekend, beating No. 14 George Washington (4-11) before falling to No. 4 Yale (10-1) and No. 2 Trinity (11-1).
No. 5 Stanford squash (4-3) returns to the road this weekend to conclude its regular season with a critical series of matches against No. 14 George Washington (4-8), No. 4 Yale (8-1) and No. 2 Trinity (9-1) in New Haven.
The rally, held in solidarity with student activists in Indian universities, saw speakers address a 150-strong crowd to denounce the bill.
No. 6 Stanford (2-2) squash travels to New York this weekend for a trio of top-10 matches headlined by a showdown with reigning national champions No. 1 Harvard (4-0) on Saturday.
No. 6 Stanford squash swept No. 19 Tufts 9-0 on Wednesday afternoon in a triumphant return to their home courts. The Cardinal showed their depth and talent across the roster against the Jumbos, winning all nine individual matches in a well-rounded performance.
No. 6 Stanford squash will kick off their winter season by hosting No. 19 Tufts on Wednesday. The Cardinal will enjoy a rare match on home turf to begin a long stretch of critical games as the National Championships in February loom ahead.
It was an overtime finish fit for the lights of Stanford Stadium: after a nail-biting series of tiebreaks, five-game comebacks and squandered match balls, Stanford squash defeated Ivy League powerhouse Princeton 5-4 in the third-place playoffs of last year’s National Championships to finish the season with a program-best No. 3 ranking.
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