Stanford plans to construct a green open space in place of Meyer Library.
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“There’s been a lot of criticism of our offense and I deserve it,” Shaw stated in his weekly press conference on Tuesday.
“We only had 18 called runs the other day, and there wasn’t a whole lot where there wasn’t a hole open,” Bloomgren said.
Men's Water Polo took home two wins over the weekend, including a huge 11-10 win over No.1 USC
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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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 »
The Daily News Staff
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 »