Keep fighting. And most of all, don’t let the administration drown out your voice.
Oregon head coach Chip Kelly is leaving the Ducks to become the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, as first reported by ESPN Wednesday morning. Kelly was pursued by a number of NFL teams, particularly the Cleveland Browns and the Eagles, but it appeared as though he was returning to Oregon earlier this month. Kelly was…
5:14 PM: Here we go, in Hogan’s first road start 5:15 PM: It’s 3rd and 4 and this place is absurdly loud 5:15 PM: Hogan is sacked and the Card will punt 5:20: Good effort by the Card D and the Card has the ball at the 30 after a Ducks punt 5:16 PM: The…
This is the final installment of an interview with University President John Hennessy. It focuses on President Hennessy's future at Stanford.
President Hennessy discusses Stanford’s success in fundraising and the use of that money
This is the second of four installments of an interview with University President John Hennessy; this one focuses on Stanford’s failed attempt in 2011 to win New York City’s competition for an applied sciences and engineering campus. Cornell University won the competition and will build a campus on Roosevelt Island.
Stanford University President John Hennessy sat down with The Stanford Daily on Oct. 29 to discuss a wide range of topics, including online education, Stanford’s failed campaign for a New York City campus last fall, Stanford’s fundraising successes and more. This is the first of three installments of that interview; this one focuses on online education.
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Whether it was the start of another special football season or just a great moment in time, on Saturday night everything was “All Right Now.”
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A shortened version of this story appeared in The New York Times' college sports blog The Quad and in The Daily print edition today. “With the first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select Andrew Luck, quarterback, Stanford…” Luck strides across the Radio City Music Hall stage in a dark-blue suit and a tie with lilac and lavender stripes, his normally shaggy hair groomed for the occasion. He bear-hugs the league commissioner and flashes a goofy smile for the rows of cameras. Back at Stanford, in the Rains apartment he shares with Luck, Griff Whalen is also beaming. Staring at the 36-inch TV in the corner of their living room, he watches as the kid from Houston that he’s known since freshman year, talks to Deion Sanders on ESPN.
As the class of 2012 moves on to exciting new opportunities, we say goodbye to an incredible group of seniors, from the ones we wrote about to the ones we wrote with.
“This University and this moment fills me with a sense of gratitude. Today is not just a day of celebration but a day of appreciation.” Cory Booker ’91 M.A. ‘92, mayor of Newark, NJ, delivered the keynote address today to the class of 2012 at Stanford’s 121st Commencement. Booker gave a very personal speech, focusing on his father and grandfather and sharing from his experiences in Newark.
Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and CEO of Square, spoke with The Stanford Daily about a wide range of topics, sharing his advice to entrepreneurs, touching on Instagram and offering perspective on the competition between Stanford and Cornell for Applied Sciences NYC.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg awarded New York University (NYU) public land in downtown Brooklyn Monday to build an applied sciences campus. NYU is the second winner, following Cornell in December, in the mayor’s competition granting city money to boost the New York’s technology sector.
Star linebacker Shayne Skov '13 was transported to the San Jose main jail and booked for driving under the influence at 2 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 29th, according to a report by the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS).
The 2012 football schedule is an unusual one, due to Pac-12 scheduling complications and a vote that did not go Stanford’s way.
Administrators responded to questions about the University’s Dec. 16 withdrawal of StanfordNYC, its $2.5 billion proposal to build a graduate school of applied sciences and engineering in New York City, in a press release published on Tues., Dec. 27.
Stanford withdrew its bid for an applied sciences and engineering campus on New York City’s Roosevelt Island today.
Stanford University submitted its proposal today to build a $2.5 billion, 1.9 million square-foot graduate school of applied sciences and engineering in New York City. If the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) selects Stanford’s proposal, the city will grant the University land on Roosevelt Island and $100 million to develop its campus over the next 30 years.
The top-ranked women’s soccer team will welcome the Pac-12’s newest members, Utah and Colorado, to the Farm this weekend in games tonight and Sunday afternoon.