With the addition next year of transgender surgery coverage to Cardinal Care, Stanford’s student health plan, some students say there are quality-of-life improvements on the horizon for transgender students here.
People with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) suffer from abnormalities in the way their brains control negative emotions, a new Stanford School of Medicine study found.
President Obama’s proposal last week to increase the federal education budget could impact the 14 percent of Stanford students receiving Pell Grants, faculty and financial aid staff said this week.
It’s 2 p.m. A group of freshmen walked through White Plaza, which was plastered with “Apply for Camp Kesem,” “Be a Hero” and Dance Marathon countdown signs. Trailing behind was a short girl in a Greenpeace T-shirt, holding brochures, poised to deliver her spiel.
In a short meeting last night, Graduate Student Council (GSC) members discussed the Honor Code survey now circulating among students ahead of today’s Faculty Senate meeting, as well as ASSU updates, event announcements and legislative action on clarifying constitutional policy.
The student-run climbing wall has become a unique fixture of the student experience.
Wednesday’s GSC meeting was focused on the discussion of the creation of a Haiti Relief Czar (HRC), a position generated to oversee and coordinate campus efforts to help Haiti and organize a national student coalition in long-term support of the country.
The question of same-sex marriage has entered the federal courtroom, and LGBT activists and marriage protection advocates alike have prepared their factual ammunition for the battle ahead. Caught in the controversy’s whirlwind, political science Prof. Gary Segura testified for a total of nine hours Wednesday and Thursday as an expert witness on political representation.