Stanford production of Martin Crimp’s “Attempts on Her Life” combines powerful performances and innovative design to pack an emotional punch.
Rev. Scotty McLennan, who has been the dean for religious life at Stanford since 2000, recently announced his retirement from the position (effective summer 2014) to take a sabbatical before he returns to Stanford to teach.
Mexican poet and activist Javier Sicilia spoke at Encina Hall on Oct. 30 about his involvement in the Movement for Peace and Justice with Dignity (MPJD), a program aimed at stopping drug trafficking.
Cardinal Nights, an organization run by the Office of Alcohol Policy & Education (OAPE) that offers alcohol-free events, has developed a growing presence on campus in its third year, with more events offered and a new student staff.
On October 27, jazz pianist and vocalist Jon Batiste performed at Big Concert Hall, bringing his sultry voice and musical magic to the Farm. Batiste, who has worked with such artists as Cassandra Wilson, Prin ce, Quest Love and Lenny Kravitz, is currently touring with his latest band, Stay Human. Daily columnist Angelique Dakkak sat…
This year, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) changed how they would conduct assessments on students for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
The Warfield Theater stood tall with a large illuminated white sign and alphabet letters spelling out Bryan Adams’ name to the city. Night came, and mobs of people clad in leather jackets, studded black belts and stiletto-heeled boots lined up with tickets in hand to see one of the biggest heartthrobs of the 1980s —…
Noted speaker Arthur Emery discussed the story of Guantanamo Bay detainee Abu Zubaydah, a Saudi citizen whom the United States government mistakenly suspected of Al Qaeda involvement, last night at the Law School.