Predicated on mutual respect, they should be friendly competitions that, at the end of the day, are less important than the opportunities we have to collaborate and better serve our readers.Read This Article
Can a group that provides funding for ResEd and often works closely with ResEd really be absolved of ResEd’s actions and seek to distinguish itself as a totally separate entity?Read This Article
This new website will be a great benefit to readers and Daily staffers immediately and in the long run as we continue to realize its full potential.Read This Article
Whether it was the start of another special football season or just a great moment in time, on Saturday night everything was “All Right Now.”Read This Article
We’ll be updating this page throughout the game with plays and instant analysis. Please refresh the page for the most recent updates, and follow us on twitter @StanfordSports for updates.Read This Article
Undrafted & Underrated: Stanford WR Griff Whalen works to join his best friend, Andrew Luck, on the Colts’ roster
A shortened version of this story appeared in The New York Times’ college sports blog The Quad and in The Daily print edition today.
“With the first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select Andrew Luck, quarterback, Stanford…”
Luck strides across the Radio City Music Hall stage in a dark-blue suit and a tie with lilac and lavender stripes, his normally shaggy hair groomed for the occasion. He bear-hugs the league commissioner and flashes a goofy smile for the rows of cameras.
Back at Stanford, in the Rains apartment he shares with Luck, Griff Whalen is also beaming. Staring at the 36-inch TV in the corner of their living room, he watches as the kid from Houston that he’s known since freshman year, talks to Deion Sanders on ESPN.
As the class of 2012 moves on to exciting new opportunities, we say goodbye to an incredible group of seniors, from the ones we wrote about to the ones we wrote with.Read This Article
“This University and this moment fills me with a sense of gratitude. Today is not just a day of celebration but a day of appreciation.”
Cory Booker ’91 M.A. ‘92, mayor of Newark, NJ, delivered the keynote address today to the class of 2012 at Stanford’s 121st Commencement. Booker gave a very personal speech, focusing on his father and grandfather and sharing from his experiences in Newark.Read This Article