Stanford plans to construct a green open space in place of Meyer Library.
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Men's Water Polo took home two wins over the weekend, including a huge 11-10 win over No.1 USC
Griff Whalen and Andrew Luck helped lead the Colts to a 27-0 stomping of the Bengals
How Jaelen Strong opened up some major running holes for D.J Foster and the ASU run game
No.13 Stanford come away with a point against No.18 Cal in a very close-fought match-up.
But, this sort of attention and approach toward advancement creates a sort of social sterility that begins to translate into a parallel hyper-cleanliness of our physical world. The social sterility comes out of a dependence on, and even usage of, technology and ability to manicure our appearances on social media outlets.
We need more workshops on rejection, more conversations about vocalizing our differences and more understanding of what a “no” really means. When we acknowledge that a “no” is okay and provide resources for understanding how to react when we are told “not with you,” we start moving towards healthier interactions.
Check out our Chief Visual Arts Critic's guide to taking the best advantage of the newly opened Anderson Collection.
October 17, 2014
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September 22, 2014
While students might think of walking with friends at night or having a bike light when they hear “public safety,” dorm room security is another important aspect of staying safe at Stanford. The... Read More »
August 25, 2014
A 6.0 earthquake that was centered near South Napa was recorded at 3:20 a.m. early Sunday morning, its epicenter about four miles northwest of American Canyon and six miles southwest of Napa,... Read More »
January 31, 2014
At 2 p.m., the afternoon sun begins to illuminate the stained glass windows behind the altar, casting a warm light onto the chancel of Memorial Church and its colorful murals and ornate architecture.... Read More »
The Daily News Staff
April 19, 2011
A minor earthquake struck North California on Monday at 2:57 p.m. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the 3.4 magnitude quake’s epicenter was situated halfway between Millbrae and Pacifica.
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March 30, 2011
The Tohoku earthquake, which struck the northeast coast of Honshu, Japan on March 11 and triggered a 23-foot tsunami, is not only a tragedy in and of itself, but a grim reminder for seismologists and... Read More »
March 28, 2011
It is easier than ever to donate to disaster relief and reconstruction organizations, especially through the Internet and mobile phones, but with that increased ease comes an increased need to fully... Read More »
October 8, 2010
Students find a number of faults in the first campus-wide earthquake evacuation drill on Oct. 7. Read More »