Jordan Hall is named after Stanford’s founding president, David Starr Jordan — who was also an active supporter of the eugenics movement.
Three years ago, representatives of Chanel Miller accepted Glamour’s “Woman of the Year” award on her behalf. But at this year’s ceremony on Nov. 11, Miller claimed the award herself.
“It’s the first artist we’ve had [who works with] artificial intelligence, and many of our artists are not as deeply entrenched in the technology side of things as Stephanie,” said Ellen Oh, Director of Programs for the Office of the Vice President of the Arts.
The Stanford Management Company (SMC) — an entity that oversees the University’s endowment — issued its financial results last week, announcing a 6.5% investment return for the Merged Pool, a decrease from last year’s 11.3%.