I think we should all leave here with regrets. I think that regrets make us better—the gained knowledge buoying us above future obstacles rather than weighing us down. The people (nobody in particular, by the way) who told me that college would be the best four years of my life also, of course, said to live my college life with no regrets.
The University received an email shortly after the Silicon Shutdown protest on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, “expressing concern and threatening to file a lawsuit,” according to an email to The Daily from Brad Hayward, senior director of strategic communications for the University.
In a police report filed Jan. 28, Brock Turner admits to having sexual contact with the alleged victim but denies nonconsensual intercourse during the Jan. 18 incident that precipitated his arrest on suspicion of attempted rape.
Turner could face up to 10 years in prison. He is set to be arraigned next Monday.
Researchers at the School of Medicine have found that many at-risk babies born in California do not receive the follow-up care that is expected for their high-risk status. In a study published in the February issue of The Journal of Pediatrics, lead author Susan Hintz, professor of neonatal and developmental medicine, and her collaborators determined…
Chemical engineering major Sophie E. Miller ’15 was recently awarded a Churchill Scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge for one year. Miller, a Greenwich, Connecticut native, will pursue a master’s degree in chemical engineering and biotechnology at Cambridge, according to the Stanford Report. She previously received the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship in 2014,…
In a study published Jan. 12, Stanford and University of Cambridge researchers found that computers are better able to judge a human’s personality than other people are.
Stanford researchers, in collaboration with Sony, have launched an app that can use your phone to conduct research while a user isn’t operating her phone. The mobile phone application is called Folding@home, and was released Monday, Jan. 12, in the Google Play store. Chemistry professor Vijay Pande has been collaborating with Sony for several years,…
Maya Krishnan ’15 and Emily Witt ’15 were announced as American Rhodes Scholars-elect for 2015 in a press release from the Rhodes Trust on Nov. 22.
Dan Ha '10 has been missing since 8 p.m. on Oct. 31. He lives in San Francisco's SOMA neighborhood and was last seen near the Brannan and 8th Street intersection, according to TechCrunch.
William Moerner was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry Wednesday for work on super-resolved fluorescence microscopy.
Robert Ian McKinnon, the William D. Eberle Professor of Economics, Emeritus, died Wednesday, Oct. 1, at 79. He succumbed to complications from a head trauma two weeks after suffering a fall on an escalator at San Francisco International Airport in September.
SUDPS released its annual crime report on Tuesday. Below is a visual analysis of campus crime from 2011-13.
SLAC physicist Martin L. Perl died Tuesday, Sept. 30, at Stanford Hospital. He was 87. Perl was a professor emeritus of physics at Stanford and won the Nobel Prize in physics in 1995.
The Anderson Collection opens to the public at its new Stanford University home this Sunday, Sept. 21, in a freestanding pavilion next to the Cantor Arts Center in the University’s growing arts district. Members of the Cantor Arts Center and the Anderson Collection can also attend a special preview of the museum on Sept. 20.
While Stanford “guarantees campus housing to entering freshmen for all four years,” according to the Office of Undergraduate Admission, 81 students were assigned to Oak Creek through the waitlist round.
An article published in The Stanford Review in April 2012 came under fire today after the writer of an article published in Imprint Magazine in 2006 tweeted that The Review had plagiarized his work.
The local union that represents service and technical workers at Stanford University, the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Santa Clara University will hold its biennial leadership elections tomorrow.
English professor and former department chair Martin Evans died at his campus home Sunday night after a long battle with illness, according to an email sent to English majors by Department Chair Gavin Jones Wednesday morning. Professor Evans specialized in Renaissance literature, especially the poetry of John Milton, in addition to his interest in travel…
President Barack Obama named Stanford English and comparative literature professor Ramón Saldívar and Haas Center visiting scholar Bruce R. Sievers '63 M.A. '69 Ph.D. '73 to sit on the National Endowment for the Humanities' (NEH) advisory board.
Farouk Dey will assume the post of associate vice provost and executive director of Career Development Services in April 2013. He will replace outgoing director Lance Choy, who has held the position since 1999.
The school formerly known as the Stanford University School of Education officially changed its name on Monday to become the Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE).
A bike-on-bike hit and run collision occurred on Lasuen Mall south of Serra Mall at about 9 a.m. Wednesday morning. One person was transferred to the hospital after sustaining a head injury in the crash.