Students, student-athletes and others from the Stanford community gathered at Burnham Pavilion Wednesday night for We A.R.E. (Athletes Reaching Equality) Pride — an evening of art displays and a panel discussion on LGBT inclusion among athletes.
“The Rapture,” a new exhibit by Joel Leivick now showing at the Cantor Arts Center, features a variety of candid portraits of visitors at one of Rome’s most famous tourist locations, The Pantheon.
Palo Alto City Council passed a highly debated and controversial ordinance in early August banning the act of living in a vehicle within the city.
As the Class of 2013 prepares to leave Stanford and enter the workforce, both University administrators and students have discussed a lack of sufficient advising in financial literacy for students.
A group of student organizations and University offices have collaborated on a campus-wide campaign to educate the University community on issues surrounding sexual consent. The student-initiated campaign — led by the Women’s Community Center (WCC), Men Against Abuse Now (MAAN), the Office of Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse (SARA) and Sigma Theta Psi Multicultural Sorority — was launched at the start of this quarter to facilitate an active discourse on the subject.