Stanford plans to construct a green open space in place of Meyer Library.
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A discussion of where the team stands halfway through the season, the need for accountability by the players and coaches and a preview of the upcoming Oregon State game
Stanford is an institution known for solving the unsolvable, but how do you fix Cardinal football?
Stanford in the MLB: Guthrie earns nod in the world series
Resilience might just be the thing that carries the team further than they’ve gone in recent years.
If we agree that financial outcomes should only be a function of what we control – that is, the effort and choices we make – then we have to eradicate systems of inherited advantage and disadvantage. Doing so requires those with privilege to renounce it and support the greater good by ending inheritance.
Hiring lecturers for these introductory courses with the intention of increasing quality would have no adverse effect other than than increasing the quality and freeing faculty to focus on topics that may interest them more. The CS department already does this. And putting more effort into introductory classes, rather than giving them a feel as weeders might improve participation in higher level classes too.
Learn more about artist-in-residence Amy Freed and her daring authenticity in the theater she creates, both as a playwright and as a director.
January 19, 2014
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January 16, 2014
Food Editor Renjie Wong gives us his take on the top ten bars in the Palo Alto area. Read More »
November 22, 2013
Although the Axe is supposed to reside with the winner of the most recent Big Game, the prized weapon has changed hands illegally eight times in the storied history of the Stanford-Cal rivalry. The... Read More »
November 10, 2013
November 7, 2013
It’s not quite the traditional Saturday “College GameDay” show, but ESPN is still bringing its set to Stanford for tonight’s top-five clash between the Cardinal and the Oregon Ducks. At... Read More »
October 11, 2013
Early in the morning of April 18, 1906, Stanford students were asleep in their beds when a massive earthquake shook them awake. The 7.8-magnitude shaker, known as “the Great Earthquake,”... Read More »
September 17, 2013
As you get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of your first year on the Farm, don’t forget to take time out of your hectic schedule of new friends, exams and random dance floor hookups to indulge... Read More »
Chad Harbach's breakout novel, "The Art of Fielding," charts the personal growth of students and faculty at a small liberal art school, with mixed results. Read More »