Santa Clara County health officials provided an update on the newest reopening measures in the county and ongoing vaccine efforts.
Since 2008, the number of graduate students from China has increased while the number of grad students from other countries has remained relatively unchanged in comparison.
This week's "Art & Civil Rights" installment, led by Melissa Santos '21, focused on the intersection of race and gender in education, while paying homage to Black History Month and responding to recent dialogue at Stanford about the departmentalization of African & African American Studies.
The French national soccer team has long been used by politicians in France to showcase the country’s diversity, according to Fatoumata Seck, Cécile Alduy and Dominic Thomas, although the country is still unable to reckon with its colonial past.
Founded by a Stanford student, Farmlink, a non-profit that aims to reduce food insecurity, will use the $40,000 prize to scale its operations and impact.
The Institute for Brain Research and Innovation will provide a hub for concussion research to allow TeachAids to improve its educational programs.
USA Gymnastics announced a partnership with CrashCourse, a training program aimed at helping athletes reduce the incidence of concussions, on Monday.
Stanford students used their FLex Terms to pursue internships in their fields of interest, conduct research and take classes using the free five units available.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) passed a resolution encouraging Stanford to permanently unhouse Greek organizations, joining the Undergraduate Senate, which passed the resolution last week. The vote comes amid calls from students and student organizations to abolish Greek life at Stanford.
USA Hockey will partner with TeachAids and use their concussion program CrashCourse to educate their players.
ClassFinds is focused on fostering face-to-face communication among students through study groups, study sessions and survey programs.