On April 14, the Stanford student body elected a new cohort of Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) executives, Undergraduate Senate and Graduate Student Council members, and class presidents.
On Wednesday evening, Stanford in Government (SIG) hosted its first Stanford Student Debate Night on the topic of fossil fuel divestment. Representatives from the Stanford College Republicans (SCR) and Fossil Free Stanford (FFS) debated for nearly an hour before answering questions from an audience of over 200.
On Dec. 1, Stanford’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) will kick off its pilot program for high school students, Outreach Among Sophomores in Engineering and Science (OASES).
Starting this quarter, tutors for the student-led English language tutoring organization Habla have been required to enroll in a brand new, student-run course, CHILATST 1SI: “English Language Learner Tutoring and Curriculum Development.” The class is designed to teach both the methods and the pedagogy required to effectively tutor English language learners.
Titled “Tajikistan — Finding the Woman of Stone,” the documentary was the product of Bennett-Fite’s “Journey of a Lifetime” award, which funded her travels in Tajikistan during May and July this year and culminated in a radio broadcast on Oct. 2.
Henry Thomas James, the sixth dean to helm the Stanford School of Education (now the Graduate School of Education), died at the age of 101 on Sept. 30 in Golden Valley, Minnesota.
To welcome their class back onto the Farm while contributing to the community, the Class of 2019 cabinet hosted a sandwich-making event at Terman Fountain on Oct. 1. Their goal was to make 2,019 sandwiches and donate them to the Peninsula Food Runners to alleviate hunger in Santa Clara County.
John McMordie, a coterminal master’s student in mechanical engineering, died on Aug. 26 in Pennsylvania as result of injuries suffered during a running accident. McMordie is remembered as a leader, teacher, and innovator.
Stanford Professor Burton Lee is keen on his students learning about entrepreneurship beyond Silicon Valley.
A Monday event kicked off a new series intended to tackle sexual assault at Stanford.
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, groups on campus have been hosting events to open up dialogue among students.
A full-time lecturer in the Arabic program at Stanford, Dr. Ramzi Salti shares his passion for the Arabic language and culture through radio with an audience that reaches far beyond Stanford’s campus. Salti’s radio show, "Arabology," airs weekly on KZSU 90.1 FM and streams live online. The Daily sat down with Salti to discuss his motivations for broadcasting "Arabology" and to learn about his experiences at KZSU.
In the company of friends and great food, students gathered on Sunday to usher in a new lunar year with the help of the Korean Student Association and the Undergraduate Chinese American Association
A French musical artist recently visited Stanford and talked to the Daily about his experiences on campus.
Glenn Loury, Merton Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences and professor of economics at Brown University, is at Stanford’s Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) as a 2015-2016 fellow. As part of the CASBS symposium series, he is giving a talk titled “Racial Inequality in 21st Century America: Where Do We Go from Here?” The Daily sat down with Loury to discuss his perspectives on racial inequality in the United States, the memoir he is writing and his time at Stanford.
Stanford’s Precourt Institute for Energy has joined the MIT Energy Initiative in supporting the U.S. Department of Energy’s efforts to promote women’s leadership roles in clean energy through the implementation of the Clean Energy Education & Empowerment program (C3E).
The Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Stanford (ACSSS) hosted an awards ceremony for its first photography contest on Monday. The entries were judged on how well they captured the spirit of Stanford on the eve of its 125th anniversary.
With Presidential primaries approaching, candidates are making their case on national television and Stanford students are listening, as students across campus have been organizing and attending debate watch parties.
After 13 percent of undergraduate students waived their student activity fee for fall quarter, students groups are at risk of experiencing budget cuts if the percentage of fees waived remains above 10 percent next quarter.
In the wake of the Campus Climate Survey report released last week, students and faculty have expressed concerns that the survey downplays the level of sexual assault students experience on campus.
School lunches may contain harmful levels of bisphenol A (BPA) due to the use of canned or plastic packaged ingredients, according to researchers at Stanford and Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health.