Last year, 83 students were found responsible for Honor Code violations through Stanford’s Judicial Process.
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No. 23 Stanford hopes that a foray into the desert will once again be what the doctor ordered in order to right the ship for its talented yet oft-ineffective offense.
The Daily football writers discuss the state of the Cardinal offense and defense in anticipation of the matchup with the Sun Devils.
After a loss to No. 1 UCLA last Thursday, the Card have begun to rebuild momentum heading into the latter stages of the season. They proved dominant defensively and offensively under the lights at Cagan Stadium.
In this installment of the Senior Sit Down, Ashley Westhem sat down with senior libero Kyle Gilbert of the women's volleyball team.
Today, the nerds seem to have been largely proven right. Tech companies have grown from scrappy underdogs into giant incumbents dominant in the various verticals they enter. Stanford, self-proclaimed “Nerd Nation” and birthplace of most of these giants, saw its social capital and prestige dramatically increased as a consequence.
This is the quandary we face in preventing the cycle of mass killing. It is not always easy to justify humanitarian missions when it seems not to follow our strategic interests. Yet time and time again, from Nazi Germany to Rwanda, we will retrospectively realize the mistake of inaction and the grave human cost of standing by.
Check out our Chief Visual Arts Critic's guide to taking the best advantage of the newly opened Anderson Collection.
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