Give this book to anyone who has ever tried to remake themselves in their own image, or hey, just pick it up for yourself: In this endless, terrible year, with a slow drip of horror coming in every moment through our newsfeeds, trapped in a summer that seems to be spooling out forever — what a comfort it is to remember that we can choose to change ourselves, even if we are still waiting for fall to start.
Jay Gonzalez — American Airlines flight attendant, Zumba instructor, polyglot, spouse and now Stanford grad — looks back on a tumultuous four years.
The emails were sent by an unknown actor using a publicly accessible form on the website of Equity Prime Mortgage, a company that made headlines on Friday after firing the stepmother of the white police officer who killed Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta.
Applicants for the Class of 2025 will not be required to submit standardized test scores due to “the many challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic,” Stanford announced today, following many peer institutions who have made the same change.
All Bing Overseas Studies Programs, Stanford in Washington and the Wrigley Field Program in Hawaii will not take place this fall.
Stanford plans to house two classes of undergraduates on campus in each quarter of the 2020-21 academic year including summer 2021, President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell announced Wednesday in an email to faculty, but online teaching will remain “the default” option next year for undergraduates.
Michael McConnell used the N-word in his “Creation of the Constitution” class on Wednesday while quoting Patrick Henry at the Virginia Ratifying Convention.
Julián Castro '96 joined Jeff Raikes ’80 and Amanda Renteria ’97 to offer advice and tell stories from their distinguished careers in public service.
Both the University and the professor who originally sent the email say no decisions have been made regarding online instruction or undergraduates’ return to campus next year.
“If we were to discount tuition, financial aid would be discounted,” Provost Persis Drell said. “It’s a benefit that would most benefit the people who can most afford to pay, and that didn’t quite feel right.”
The University is “aware of” 29 people who are either faculty, staff, students or postdocs and who have tested positive for COVID-19, Environmental Health & Safety Associate Vice Provost Russell Furr announced on Friday evening.
According to Graduate Life Office deans, some students exposed to coronavirus who have not been diagnosed with the virus have been moved into EV studios, multiple graduate students told The Daily.
The seasonal coronavirus test results were removed from the MyHealth lab reports on Sunday “to ensure they would be understood clearly,” wrote Stanford Medicine spokesperson Julie Greicius in an email to The Daily.
The announcement came in response to an order from six Bay Area counties telling residents to stay in their homes and avoid others for the next three weeks.
After confirmation that a resident had tested positive, their house grappled with the fallout, as residents faced the possibility of coronavirus exposure and the reality of new University requirements mandating that nearly all students leave campus by Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Seventeen students and two faculty members attended the NICAR data journalism conference, where an attendee has since tested presumptively positive for COVID-19.
A Stanford “frequently asked questions” page for undergraduates on the state of spring 2020 leaves one of the largest questions of all unanswered: whether or not students will resume in-person classes before the end of the academic year.
The University is asking undergraduates to leave campus at the end of the quarter “if it is possible for them given their personal circumstances,” President Marc Tessier-Lavigne wrote in an email to the Stanford community.
Amid coronavirus concerns and public uncertainty over the state of spring quarter, the University is postponing fraternity and sorority recruitment until fall.