On Jan. 23, Stanford graduate students working with John Barton, director of Stanford’s Architecture Program, will present new concepts for a “21st Century Research Park” located at 27 University Avenue.
On Friday, Kevin Coelho ‘17 will celebrate the release of his second album, “Turn It Up,” with a performance at Dinkelspiel Auditorium. For Coelho, the album represents his continued artistic growth, growth which has had a home at Stanford for the past seven years.
DAILY NEWS BRIEF: The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors last week agreed to changes of Stanford’s land permit, allowing the university to designate part of campus for the new O’Donahue Family Stanford Educational Farm.
Newark mayor Cory Booker '91 M.A. '92 became the first African-American senator to represent the state of New Jersey when he won a U.S. Senate special election on Wednesday.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business—consistently ranked among the top in the country—admitted a record 406 students to its Class of 2015.
The first meeting of the 46th Faculty Senate took place last Thursday, with a primary focus of discussing proposed changes to the academic course schedule that would standardize class start times with the earliest at 8:30 a.m.
Oak Creek, which provides a unique off-campus "real life" experience, expects to see its population double during the Winter Quarter as students return from studying abroad.
Students responded positively to the summer 2013 reversal of the hard alcohol ban implemented in summer 2012.
Under Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE)’s pilot program launched this summer, undergraduates continue to use meal plan dollars at The Market at Munger.
In an effort to incorporate community involvement into undergraduate education, several University offices have collaborated to offer a three-year Directors of Community Engaged Learning (D-CEL) pilot program.
Beginning next year, the Hume Writing Center (HWC) and the Oral Communication Program (OCP) will have new names, a new home and a new format.
An upcoming redesign of Coursework, Stanford’s class management platform, will feature elements designed by Roger Chen'15 and Ashley Ngu '16, the winners of a competition hosted by Academic Computer Services (ACS) and Coursework User Experience (UX) to solicit student proposals for an update of the platform.
The ASSU’s Community Action Board (CAB) recently launched a grants initiative to fund programming that promotes more extensive collaboration between diverse groups on campus.