The Daily staff would just like to take a quick moment to thank all of our wonderful interns, who participated (read: tolerated) us for about eight weeks of their summer, writing for practically all of our sections and contributed so much time and effort to help run The Daily over the summer.
The “Angel of Grief” statue at the Stanford family Mausoleum was recently vandalized, according to a Stanford Department of Public Safety report received Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Last week, Forbes Family Cafe, located in the Huang Engineering Center, implemented changes to the pricing of its hot food and salad bar items. Rather than having a flat price of $7.25 for a hot food or salad plate, Forbes will be charging by weight, 57 cents per ounce for hot food and 52 cents per ounce for salad items.
So listen to people. The complexity of our language is one of the most unique things that we have as humans to interact with each other. I urge you to enjoy it.
President John Hennessy announced plans to step down as the University’s president earlier today, informing both the Board of Trustees and the Faculty Senate.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) requested a sample of a sample vial of anthrax from the University early Tuesday morning, as part of the CDC’s ongoing investigation evaluating the possibility that a number of laboratories around the country may have received small amounts of live anthrax, shipped by the U.S. Department of Defense.
University fountains will be brought back to operation beginning June 1 in preparation for Commencement, according to the Stanford News Service.
In a letter addressed to the incoming Class of 2019 and transfers, President John Hennessy announced the three books for the Three Books reading program this coming academic year: “The Innovators” by Walter Isaacson, “This Boy’s Life” by Tobias Wolff and “Cane River” by Lalita Tademy.