The University received an email shortly after the Silicon Shutdown protest on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, “expressing concern and threatening to file a lawsuit,” according to an email to The Daily from Brad Hayward, senior director of strategic communications for the University.
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"I’m anticipating that if everything goes well, he’ll have a chance to go with us on that trip [to Washington] and may be able to play.”
Stanford men and women’s swim and dive returns home with big smiles after taking a clean sweep of the Arizona schools this weekend.
Stanford's national champion Women's Water Polo got off to a stellar start to the season, picking up wins in international and preseason play.
Johnny Dawkins' squad used identical 21-point performances from fifth-year seniors Chasson Randle and Anthony Brown to easily dispatch Arizona State.
Last week, anti-divestment and pro-divestment supporters took to White Plaza with both groups concentrated in separate corners of the ring. This was a missed opportunity for debate. Imagine how much more substantive and fruitful campus activism could be if we turned around and faced each other.
Microsoft’s own investors think that the writing is on the wall and want the company to kill its Xbox, Bing and Surface divisions, essentially completing the transformation of the company into a pure enterprise service provider. But last Wednesday, Microsoft received a much needed boost to its public image as a tech innovator when it announced the HoloLens. Essentially it is a true augmented reality visor that renders 3D graphics directly into your field of vision.
The beautiful and haunting new work “Words to End All Wars,” compiled and directed by Rush Rehm, provides for a passionate and moving evening of theater.
Don't miss out on the the thriving arts scene on campus! Check out what's going on this week with Film, Theater, Music, and Visual Arts.
“The Forbidden Room,” easily wins this year’s prize for weirdest, most inaccessible film I saw at Sundance. This probably explains why about half of the audience chose to walk out of the film early — most in the first hour.
Managing Editor Alexandra Heeney sat down with documentary filmmaker Jennifer Newsom to discuss how her education at Stanford helped get her into filmmaking, her filmmaking process, and what healthy masculinity looks like.
“We need to be thinking about theater in re-imagined ways in order to ‘break’ how we perceive American theater, because American theater is white, conservative, heterosexual [and] male-dominated.”
Will this year’s Opening Night films prove to be breakout hits? Only time will tell.
Quick-witted and exceedingly personable, MFA student Kristine Stolakis ‘15 is the kind of woman that you could wind up talking to for hours. Fortunately for Stolakis, this attribute has been utterly critical in her chosen line of work: documentary filmmaking.