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With a nearly flawless match, No. 1 Stanford defeated the No. 8 seeded Florida Gators in straight sets in the NCAA regional final, clinching a berth in the tournament’s Final Four for the first time since 2008.
With championships in 1994 and 2004, is this the year for women's volleyball?
Women's soccer's season ended with a 2-0 loss to the eventual champion Florida State Seminoles in the College Cup semifinals.
At this point, though, shouting “Shut it down for Michael Brown!” while parading through shopping malls in St. Louis or while chained to the BART train is a fairly meaningless and insignificant act. Protesting against a grand jury’s decision as a way to achieve some sort of betterment for the situation of black people vis-à-vis violence or the police will ultimately change nothing about those situations.
Stanford sees applicant pools of 40,000 or more. more than 5.07% of applicants have SAT scores in the 2200-2400 range student, so the 2000 or so who make the final cut must have done something exceptional other than receiving a perfect SAT score to make themselves stand out. Stanford has the opportunity to be the first elite institution to formally eliminate the SAT from its admissions considerations and inspire others leaders in higher education to follow. Without SAT scores, higher education could return its focus on identifying true, deep, and brilliant thinkers and developing them to their fullest potential instead of rewarding the most “excellent sheep.”
Like the paintings on the museum’s walls, “National Gallery” richly rewards the patient viewer with an eye to artistry.
The Stanford Daily conducted an interview with Mehldau, discussing his current projects, his love affair with his Steinway piano and what’s on his active playlist.
The film considers the nature of love, the absurdity of hate, and, through a dissection of Turing himself, what truly constitutes a hero.
"If you keep an active, curious mind, an open mind and a sense of humor, then you can overcome just about anything life throws at you."
October 17, 2014
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May 23, 2014
Stanford University was not the only institution that experienced a hunger strike in 1994. In fact, students at UC-Santa Barbara, University of Colorado and UCLA held similar protests, and all around... Read More »
The Daily published many articles regarding the hunger strike in 1994. Below is an editorial that appeared on Monday, May 9, 1994, after the events concluded. Read More »
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April 3, 2014
In April 1944, then-Stanford president Donald Tressider announced the decision to abolish sororities on Stanford’s campus. The Daily’s article from April 27, 1944 is reprinted below. Read More »
February 21, 2014
In the face of heated controversy surrounding local discriminatory housing policies, The Stanford Daily published this memo on Jan. 31, 1964 – just over four months before the historic Civil Rights... Read More »
February 7, 2014
A fashion-themed edition of The Daily appeared on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1941. Below are two editorials that ran that day. Read More »