From Full Moon on the Quad to Frosh Formal to Senior Nights, the presidents of every class aim to create events that not only engage students, but also help students feel more included in the Stanford community.
The Women’s Community Center (WCC) held its second Feminist Discussion on Wednesday to discuss transgender rights in light of a recently leaked memo from the Trump administration.
Following Sunday’s publication of a memo showing that the Trump administration is considering narrowing the federal definition of gender to solely sex assigned at birth, University administrators reaffirmed Stanford’s support for all gender identities. Multiple student groups also responded to the possibility of redefinition.
Vice Provost for University Libraries and University Press Michael Keller is transitioning from an interim to full-time position as Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, effective immediately, according to a recent announcement by Provost Persis Drell.
Nestled into the heart of California Avenue is one of Palo Alto’s most popular Indian-Pakistani restaurants — Zareen’s — recognized as a Michelin Guide Restaurant in 2017 and 2018.
Bina Patel is in her first year as the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) director. The Daily reached out to Patel via email regarding her goals as director, including implementing new CAPS programs and increasing outreach to students.
Comedian, political commentator and television host Samantha Bee addressed gender equity in the workplace, hiring diversity and sexual harassment in an on-campus talk last Friday. Hosted by Stanford Live, Bee spoke in conversation with Stanford sociology professor and Clayman Institute of Gender Research Director Shelley Correl.
Renowned author Junot Díaz, creative writing professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), visited Stanford this week. The Daily spoke with Diaz shortly before his visit.
Researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine recently developed a crowdsourcing tool to map locations across the globe where autism is prevalent. The tool, GapMap, aims to pinpoint which communities require more resources in order to diagnose and treat those with autism.
The Daily sat down with Tamara Adrián, the first transgender woman in the Venezuelan legislature, to discuss her longstanding activism for LGBTQ+ communities.
In his new book, “The Fuzzie and the Techie: Why the Liberals Arts Will Rule the Digital World," Scott Hartley '05 argues that Silicon Valley and the tech industry can be home to the so-called "fuzzie."
On Wednesday, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) modified funding guidelines and unanimously approved on a joint bill with the Undergraduate Senate that will put an amendment to the ASSU constitution up for vote in elections.
Baron worked for several major newspapers before joining The Post in 2013 and is well known for leading a Pulitzer Prize-winning "Spotlight" investigative team at The Boston Globe.
Graduate community associates (CAs) tackle the unique challenges of building community among graduate students living on campus. CAs, much like resident assistants (RAs) for undergraduate students, live in community halls and are a resource to fellow students. However, they work with a more decentralized and self-sufficient residential community.
The department of electrical engineering held a special meeting to discuss the impact of the recent immigration ban on Wednesday. Attendees expressed their worries about the future if the ban were to become permanent.
Dean Chahim, a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology, spoke about Rally the Resistance, an event taking place on Meyer Green lawn Friday at 11:30 a.m. in order to “stand in opposition to the rhetoric and policies of the President Elect and his administration” according to its Facebook page.
Due to concerns over new graduate housing development planned in Escondido Village (EV), some graduate students have filed an appeal to the Santa Clara County Architecture & Site Approval Committee in an attempt to block construction.
At Wednesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, members discussed a survey that collected graduate student responses on parking. This survey comes in light of plans for new graduate housing in Escondido Village (EV), a project in which parking spaces will become limited due to construction.
At Tuesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, members met with several University officials to collectively address student concerns of the new construction project in Escondido Village. Officials also responded to an appeal filed by graduate students to Santa Clara County. A few issues raised in the appeal were concerns of community and worker health safety pertaining…