FLiCKS, a student group that offers free movies on campus, received $91,000—including $9,900 for officer salaries—in special fees funding last month, after the ASSU Undergraduate Senate had rejected the group’s fee request based in part on those salaries.
The Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES) awarded $150,000 to 14 startups on Friday in the finale of a multi-round entrepreneurial competition that began in January.
Researchers in the Stanford Human Intracranial Cognitive Electrophysiology program recently identified the specific cluster of neurons in the brain that recognizes numerals.
Flipside President Conor Doherty ’13 said that the motivation behind the “Citation Needed” app was to “prove to your friends things that you made up that aren’t true.”
Since its inception, Addepar has been working to make strides in the area of data usage for financial analysis and management.
According to research conducted by Professor of Economics Caroline Hoxby, limited accessibility to elite universities for poor, minority or first-generation students can pose an even larger obstacle than tuition prices and selectivity.
Ravi Fernando, a math major, attained online stardom for his ability to juggle two small balls and a Rubik’s cube while simultaneously solving the difficult puzzle. The video, filmed by Chi-Ling Chan ’14, has surfaced on multiple sites and currently boasts over 4 million views on YouTube.