Over the course of the quarter, Alpha Chi alumnae and active members from other schools have helped the new chapter navigate its inaugural year as it builds up a community.
Faculty research presented at the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering's annual Xpo ranged widely in application, from improving solar energy to understanding genetic disorders.
Students came together on Wednesday evening for Take Back the Stigma, an initiative encouraging students to pay attention to and discuss mental health issues on campus.
The Stanford Concert Network (SCN) has moved its annual Frost Music and Arts Festival to Stanford Stadium while Frost Amphitheater undergoes renovations.
Viraj Mehta ’18 recently competed for $100,000 in the 2017 edition of the Jeopardy! College Championship, which will begin airing this week.
Speakers at the Women in Data Science (WiDS) conference gave attendees insight into cutting-edge research in the data science industry last Friday.
Aptly named, "Sex in the Dark" presented an anonymous, all-you-want-to-know question-and-answer session about sex in a pitch black room.
On Nov. 8, California passed Proposition 64 to legalize marijuana, but it will remain illegal on Stanford's campus.
Stanford Sigma Chi, Alpha Omega chapter, is celebrating its 125th anniversary this weekend, marking it as the only fraternity continuously residing on Stanford’s campus since the University’s founding.
On Tuesday night, Stanford + Mental Health collaborated with ASSU to host a dinner and discussion regarding the new University’s new alcohol policy.
Beginning in the fall of 2016, Roble Hall will pioneer a new sustainability initiative, the Roble Living Laboratory for Sustainability at Stanford (ROLLSS) under the leadership of resident fellow (RF) Jeffrey Ball.
School administration, school boards, parents, students and Stanford have all been part of a community response that has implemented programs to improve student health and wellbeing.
On Tuesday, the Stanford Historical Society (SHS) hosted “Department of Art & Art History: Past, Present and Future,” a talk examining the department’s growth over the years.
The School of Medicine is establishing the Stanford Precision Health for Ethnic and Racial Equity (SPHERE) Center, thanks to a grant received from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) last year.