Beginning this year, Stanford’s popular introductory computer science (CS) courses, CS 106A: Programming Methodology and CS 106B: Programming Abstractions in C++, required interested students to apply before being able to join for the summer quarter.
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Though the decision must be upheld in higher courts, it stands as the first nail in the coffin of the current NCAA system — one that has seen Stanford thrive as a model athletic program.
The Daily had the opportunity to catch up with Montgomery after Wednesday’s practice to talk about his upcoming senior season, his relationship with Shaw and his aspirations beyond the football field.
It has been a whirlwind of a last couple of months for new softball head coach Rachel Hanson — with a new job, a move to the West Coast and recruiting for her new program, the Stanford Cardinal.
Freshmen have flooded onto campus, ushering in an era of delicious food at dining halls that, somewhat like freshmen enthusiasm, lasts about two weeks. For now, though, they’ll sit enraptured by their Three Books discussion, learn about life on the Farm and probably all express their interest in pre-med and gleefully make plans to take …
Once the Class of 2016 graduates, Stanford’s transition to Ways of Thinking/Ways of Doing general education requirements will be complete. This change is welcome, because the old system badly needed fixing: The Disciplinary Breadth obligation was superficial and unsatisfying, and the Education for Citizenship (EC) requirement was well-meaning but flawed (more on this later). Unfortunately, …
May 5, 2014
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May 2, 2014
This Saturday, all three Stanford rowing teams, each ranked in the top 15 in the nation, will face Cal in the annual Big Row at Redwood Shores. Read More »
May 5, 2013
No. 7 Stanford men’s rowing upset No. 3 Cal in the Big Row on Saturday, hoisting the Schwabacher Cup for just the second time in 23 seasons. “Today we witnessed a tremendous team effort,”... Read More »