Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors President Joe Simitian and his chief of staff also joined the meeting to field questions and concerns from GSC members regarding the status of Stanford's General Use Permit (GUP).
“I was shaking. It still doesn’t feel real,” said Anat Peled ’20, recounting her reaction on Nov. 26 when she found out she was a Rhodes Scholar for her home country of Israel.
A woman walking toward Ray’s Grill around the 800 block of Escondido Road was groped by an unidentified male at approximately 6:15 p.m. on Sunday evening, according to an AlertSU.
As players took the field and fans cheered on their team, spectators of this year’s Big Game between Stanford and UC Berkeley were reminded of the ongoing discussions surrounding sexual misconduct on Stanford’s campus. A group of Stanford students wore all black and hung a banner that read “40% of Stanford women experience unwanted sexual…
Trumpets roar, drums bellow and tubas boom as the marriage between sports and the arts commences on the football field. Similar to the games themselves, the songs played before kickoff, during halftime, and following a win are all that contribute to making the sporting event memorable.
The student who was reported to have caused serious injury to a police officer after resisting arrest on the night of Sept. 27 was taken to the ground when he was “bear hugged” by that officer, according to court documents filed Monday.
“Atrial fibrillation is just one example of wearable technology’s ability to detect health conditions,” wrote lead researcher Mintu Turakhia in a statement to The Daily. “We can look ahead to many other areas of preventive medicine.”
A white female, between 30 and 40 years of age, committed a hate crime and battery against a female of Asian descent between 12:30 and 12:40 p.m. on Thursday, according to a witness who reported the incident to Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS). Two females of Asian descent were riding their bicycles on…
The plaque “will remain in place while the provost’s review of the issue continues,” Stanford spokesperson E.J. Miranda told The Daily. “The provost is fully considering input provided by the university community,” he added, confirming that the University did not install the plaque.
High rates of reported sexual assault in the recent Association of American Universities (AAU) campus climate survey has sparked campus concern. In attempts to make headway at addressing sexual violence on campus, students and University administrators gathered at Asian-American Activities Center on Wednesday evening to discuss potential steps forward.
Ben Shapiro is slated to speak on campus at a November event hosted by the Stanford College Republicans (SCR). The organization has brought controversial speakers to campus in the past, resulting in pushback from students and university administrators.
Power outages struck parts of campus around 9:15 p.m. on Tuesday, leaving a broad swath of campus without electricity, according to an AlertSU notification sent an hour later. Affected buildings included Crothers Memorial, Stern Hall, Cowell Cluster, the Bookstore, Vaden Health Center, Wilbur Field Garage, Barnum Center and Taper Student Center, according to an AlertSU…
At the event in the Clark Center auditorium, Lofgren said that she would support any of the universal healthcare bills proposed by legislators since “the Justice Department has refused to defend” the ACA.
“That’s been the most exciting thing,” he said in an interview with The Daily. “Watching a lab make such a significant transformation.”
A deputy was seriously injured on Friday, after a personwho appeared to be intoxicated resisted arrest, according to a Stanford Public Safety spokesperson. The incident occurred near the Kappa Sigma fraternity, which was hosting its annual Eurotrash party.
Stanford released its annual “2019 Safety, Security & Fire Report,” including crime statistics from 2016 to 2018 at the main campus, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and two Stanford-operated hospitals. Notably, the campus saw a surge in anti-Semitic hate crimes in 2017.
The new proposal would mandate that all University majors range from 60 to 95 units and include a capstone project.
Faculty have designed a new first-year Core to increase academic exploration in the liberal arts. The proposal will be voted on by the Faculty Senate.
On Sunday, No. 3 women’s soccer (4-0, 0-0 Pac-12) will take on the University of San Francisco (4-1, 0-0 WCC) in hopes of continuing its undefeated streak.