Stanford administrators and student leaders strongly condemned the act, with student leaders expressing a desire for action from the University.
According to a criminal complaint filed on July 17, Song lied about her employment at the Xi Diaoyutai Hospital in her J-1 visa application, necessary for participation in work and study exchange visitors programs. The Hospital served as a cover for her actual employer, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), the Chinese Military.
“Today I was very happy to be more calm and feel that I'm no longer skeptical of what my future is going to be like,” Leslie Anasu Espinoza-Campomanes ’23 said.
Lucas Guttentag, a professor at Stanford Law School, described the policy as “irrational” and “punitive.”
Students appointed to staff positions in Row houses for the upcoming year no longer have a job, the University announced on Monday, saying those residences would be used to isolate students who test positive for COVID-19.
Stanford’s Student Title IX Investigation & Hearing Process (Student Title IX Process) outlines the University’s policies and process in reviewing and adjudicating sexual violence allegations made against students. The policy has been criticized by students and faculty on multiple grounds, including those surrounding counseling, attorney time, the definition of sexual assault and expulsions.
President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell addressed anti-Black racism nationwide and on campus, warned that financial losses are expected to continue into the next fiscal year and discussed prioritizing research in the University’s phased reopening in a Virtual Conversation on Monday.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice discussed ways to maintain personal and mental health during quarantine, and urged Americans to have sympathy for the government at a Thursday “fireside chat” with the Stanford Health Improvement Program.
UELP Fellows spend 10 months at Stanford working with faculty on projects aimed to reform Ukraine. The program is hosted by the Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.
Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) Election Commissioner Christian Giadolor ’21 announced the results of the race, which was between TreeHuggers, To InfiniTREE and Beyond, Your Sophomore Class Presidents, and Soph-More.
At Stanford’s second COVID-19 town hall, community leaders and medical professionals discussed what a “new normal” — resuming activities amid COVID-19 — could look like on Thursday. Panelists said both education and healthcare would need to be redesigned with COVID-19 in mind, describing the importance of distance and protection in resuming education.
’23andTree, a slate in the sophomore class president race, violated Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) campaign finance regulations by offering students a chance at winning a $100 grant if the slate was elected, according to ASSU Elections Commissioner Christian Giadolor ’21.
International students who stayed on campus are getting used to restrictions on socializing, life in new dorms, social distancing in the laundry rooms and the lack of the usual buzz on campus.
Following Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) April 8 decision to end his presidential campaign, Sanders supporters on campus are regrouping and looking for ways to influence the 2020 election.
Following Stanford’s decision to move spring quarter online, dorm residents were dispersed across the world, prompting frosh and dorm staff to get creative to maintain friendships and connection.
"Within seconds the Stanford Yang Gang chat was buzzing with excitement," Michael Fischer '20, who led the Stanford Yang Gang, told The Daily.
Following the end of Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.), entrepreneur Andrew Yang’s and most recently, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-M.A.) Democratic primary campaigns, the Stanford student political organizations in support of those candidates highlighted the friendships the clubs brought them and their commitment to future political change.
Comedian and actor Ronny Chieng performed stand-up on Stanford’s Family Weekend, touching on topics such as coronavirus, birth control and white supremacy. Chieng kicked off the Saturday performance by addressing the coronavirus outbreak. He jokingly blamed the illness for ruining the positive “streak” Asians have on the global stage with acclaim for the film “Parasite”…
Cardinal Crush allowed students to submit the names of their crushes and notified them if their crushes listed them in return.
“Today, Explained” host Sean Rameswaram visited campus on Tuesday to discuss how he delivers news to his listeners with a side of hope.
In Tuesday's meeting, senators ultimately decided that more research and input from the student body was necessary before the resolution could be passed.