An article published by The Daily on on former student senators’ concerns with the Greek life student survey interim report did not meet our standards and has since been removed.
The Daily has compiled a guide to the contested undergraduate races: the Undergraduate Senate election, the sophomore class president election and the senior class president election.
On May 14, 2019, The Daily published an article on a graduate student’s experience with affordability at Stanford. The story did not meet The Daily’s requirements for independent verification of facts and source attribution and has therefore been removed. We regret this error.
On April 17, 2019, The Stanford Daily ran an article covering a Stanford Medicine Dean’s Lecture event featuring GlaxoSmithKline CEO Emma Walmsley. The Daily did not indicate that it would be reporting at the event, which was off the record. We regret this error.
The following corrections were issued to Daily articles published between Jan. 23 and Feb. 8. “Stanford halts research with Huawei,” published Tuesday, Feb. 5, was corrected to reflect that the Faculty Senate Committee was informed of the Provost and President’s decision to enact the moratorium, rather than partaking in the approval. The Daily regrets this…
The following corrections were issued to Daily articles published between Jan. 14 and Jan. 22 “Facebook documentary producers talk secrecy,” published Friday, Jan. 17, was corrected to reflect the correct spelling of Anya Bourg’s name. “Liu named Churchill scholar,” published Thursday, Jan. 18, was corrected to accurately name the winner of last year’s Churchill Scholarship.
On Nov. 30, 2018, The Stanford Daily ran an article discussing Title IX and emotional abuse. In the aftermath of the story’s publication, new aspects of the case the article examined came to light, and raised concerns about independent verification of facts and source anonymity. The article has therefore been removed. The Daily regrets this…
The Daily has chosen to retract this article because the information it detailed was off-the-record and part of a private small discussion. The Daily did not indicate that it would be recording or reporting at the event and did not ask sources for quotes on-the-record. We regret this error.
A phone threat that caused a lockdown at Palo Alto High School (Paly) was a hoax, according to a press statement released by the Palo Alto police. Around noon today, Palo Alto police received two 9-1-1 calls from a male caller who identified himself by full name and threatened to “shoot up” Palo Alto High School…
On July 25, 2017, The Stanford Daily ran an article discussing graduate student concerns over construction protocol and potential lead and asbestos in Escondido Village. That story did not meet The Daily’s requirements for anonymity and independent verification of facts and has therefore been removed. The Daily regrets this error.
On Wednesday, The Daily ran an article on Tuesday’s Undergraduate Senate meeting with serious errors.
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In our Sept. 22, 2016 issue, The Daily published an article called "Chi Theta Chi wins in name lawsuit." We have since learned that the information used to source the story was inaccurate. The Chi Theta Chi lawsuit has not been resolved and is still ongoing. The Daily regrets this error and apologizes for not reaching out to University officials before running the story in print.
Continuing Stanford’s recent run of success in hires and appointments, award-winning Harvard University history professor Niall Ferguson is the latest academic to come to Stanford. Having already been an adjunct senior fellow at the Hoover Institution for the past 10 years, Ferguson will take up a full-time senior fellowship at the University-affiliated think tank.
The Daily has retracted the June 1 article “Conflicting explanations over drop in transports.” The numbers of transports listed in the article were based on calendar year data, not academic year data. Specifically, as of June 1, the 2014-15 academic year has seen 56 alcohol-related transports for students, according to the Office of Alcohol Policy and…
The Daily article below, originally published on April 30, 1936, describes student discontent with the Row/Hall caucus system, which ended in 1942.
Stanford’s idyllic Palo Alto campus has been rocked by systemic cheating scandals throughout the 2014-15 academic year, with investigations by the administration revealing more and more incidents of cheating and collaboration across groups of students. Until now, staff in the School of the Humanities were able to sleep peacefully in the knowledge that this was…
Julie Lythcott-Haims, former Dean of Freshmen, stood triumphantly at the top of the steps in White Plaza. Addressing a passive and disinterested audience on a warm afternoon, she proudly announced the end of the Thinking Matters program and the beginning of something new. “We’ve all seen and come to the understanding that thinking no longer matters,”…
The Stanford Bing Overland Studies Program will shut down its wildly popular Indiana Center program for spring quarter, in response to the state's controversial new religious freedom law, university officials announced Tuesday.
In a 1989 interview with The Daily, actress Sigourney Weaver ‘72, most known at the time for her role in the Alien series, reflected on her heavy involvement in student protests, her career path and her overall Stanford experience.
The Daily's complete coverage of Friday's cybersecurity summit and President Barack Obama's visit to Stanford.
Meyer Library’s ongoing demolition ends nearly 50 years of the building’s history on Stanford’s campus. This Daily article was published on Nov.21, 1966.
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