Seo-Young Chu M.A. ’01, a survivor of sexual abuse by deceased English professor Jay Fliegelman Ph.D ’77 during her time as a graduate student, returned to campus to meet with General Counsel Debra Zumwalt to request that the University contribute $1 million to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN). Stanford denied Chu’s request. However, both Zumwalt and Provost Persis Drell have since offered to make personal donations to RAINN. Chu requested that they donate in honor of “every victim and every survivor.”
On Wednesday, Steven Denning MBA ’78, former chair of Stanford’s Board of Trustees and Chairman of General Atlantic LLC, shared his reflections on the importance of teamwork, the value of being with people, and his gratitude for the institutions he attended in the latest installment of Stanford’s “What Matters to Me and Why” talk series.
Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ), one of Stanford’s longest-standing yearly traditions, is set to take place Wednesday night, the first iteration of the event in the era of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. The University-sanctioned event, where students gather in Main Quad for an “orgy of interclass kissing,” also coincides with one of the…
Earlier this year, after 19 years of serving the Stanford community, Jimmy Viglizzo stepped down as manager of Jimmy V’s Sports Café and passed the torch to longtime partner Kevin Santia.
In a Wednesday speech at the Hoover Institution, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called the United States’ continued military presence in Syria necessary to protect national interests.
An update to Stanford’s Admission Officer Directory last week removed Assistant Director of Admissions Karen Alonzo ’11 from its contact list, two days after campus The Fountain Hopper exposed details of her personal, formerly public Instagram content and its connection to the official Stanford Admission account.
At 8,000 contiguous acres, Stanford’s campus stands as the largest in the United States — but is it big enough to justify an Uber ride?
The students convened in the courtyard outside of Serra house in Stern Hall and walked down Galvez Mall to President Marc Tessier-Lavigne’s office in the Main Quad, where they presented letters of discontent to administrators.