Outside of the student-athlete community, Feb. 17 might seem like a normal Monday. For many athletic teams, however, that day is no regular sporting event but rather the culmination of intense anticipation and preparation—the Athlete Date Auction.
On Nov. 5, over 25 employers will visit Stanford for a career fair held exclusively for Cardinal student-athletes, one of the resources Stanford provides to… Continue Reading »
A recent study by the Stanford University School of Medicine has discovered a way to give some infertile women a second chance to have children.
The Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) conducted the study—prompted by the Supplemental Poverty Measure released by the Census Bureau—revealing that California’s poverty rate was the highest of any state.