In CS 91SI: “Introduction to UI/UX Design,” Amrita Venkatraman ’20 exposes fellow students to design software.
Second-year law student Christopher Middleton ’16 announced he would resign from the Graduate Student Council (GSC) amid a dispute over leadership of the FLI Office.
Betts' work includes "Felons: Poems," is a collection of poetry covering themes surrounding the experience of ex-convicts, ranging from domestic violence to fatherhood.
Councillors discussed permanent community centers for the first-generation and/or low-income (FLI) and disability communities at Wednesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting. They approved a resolution in support of a partnership between Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) and the Children’s Health Council, and they also discussed coronavirus-related discrimination and the University’s judicial process. The community center…
Former U.S. Secretary of State, former provost and lauded business and political science professor Condoleezza Rice will serve as the director of the Hoover Institution beginning in September 2020.
History professor Robert Proctor drew backlash after repeatedly saying the N-word — when quoting from advertisements — in a guest lecture for Stanford Law School (SLS) professor John Donohue’s torts law class shortly before Thanksgiving Break.
Of three proposed motions, faculty spent the majority of Thursday's Senate meeting on the first, regarding the establishment of a new standing faculty committee on SU Press, which ultimately failed to pass on a divided vote.
The controversy surrounding the funding of the Stanford University Press (SUP) has been in the news for months, highlighting the tension between what many perceive to be a STEM-focused institution and its humanities-based, nonprofit operation.
Besides endorsing Democratic presidential nominee Senator Elizabeth Warren for President, Cardinal for Warren canvasses, phonebanks and talks to locals at the Palo Alto Farmers Market every week.