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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.
According to a statement released earlier today, the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) has now indefinitely lost its on-campus house -- among other privileges -- due to another investigation related to the fraternity’s compliance with its current alcohol and social suspension.
Last Thursday, the 16th annual Stanford Asian American Awards were presented to 13 recipients -- which included faculty, staff, alumni and students -- during a ceremony at Paul Brest Hall in Munger.
The Stanford Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) Beijing Center program for spring quarter has been suspended, Ramón Saldívar, director of BOSP, announced last week.
Stanford neurosurgeon and writer Paul Kalanithi '99 '00 died of lung cancer March 9 at the age of 37.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) house will convert to a non-themed row house next year, with the address of the house, 1047 Campus Drive, serving as the name, according to University spokeswoman Lisa Lapin.
Starting March 16, pediatric surgeon Dennis Lund will join Stanford Children's Health and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford as the new chief medical officer. Lund will also serve as the associate dean for material and child health at the School of Medicine.
According to a government release earlier today, Stanford University was one of the four universities added to the list of schools under review for the handling of sexual assault cases by the Office of Civil Rights (OCS).
On Feb. 28, three Stanford alumni were honored with the Dean's Medal, one of the highest honors bestowed by the School of Medicine, which recognizes individuals whose scientific, medical, humanitarian or other contributions have significantly advanced the mission of Stanford Medicine.
After considering an appeal filed by the fraternity, Stanford University upheld the suspension of on-campus housing privileges for Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) during the next two academic years, according to a statement from the University released this morning.
Stanford Ph.D. student in electrical engineering Yishun Dong pleaded no contest this week to multiple counts of domestic violence and assault and battery charges after he allegedly beat his former girlfriend last year in July.
This Sunday, the University closed the application process for its inaugural program of Stanford in New York City (SiNYC) in the 2016-17 academic year.
During a meeting last month, the Stanford University Board of Trustees gave preliminary approval for the first phase of an administrative campus in Redwood City, located seven miles from Stanford’s campus just off Highway 101.
In an email sent out to the Stanford community this afternoon, Vice Provost for Student Affairs Greg Boardman announced that Jalen Paukan '15 died yesterday.
According to a University statement made earlier today, Stanford has suspended the on-campus housing privileges of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity for the next two academic years, effective spring quarter this year, as a result of an investigation undertaken by the University regarding sexual harassment concerns.
In a public tweet earlier this week, Ike Shehadeh, owner of sandwich shop Ike's Place, announced that he had placed a bid for his eatery on the Lathrop Library cafe space.
A 6.0 earthquake that was centered near South Napa was recorded at 3:20 a.m. early Sunday morning, its epicenter about four miles northwest of American Canyon and six miles southwest of Napa, according to the Menlo Park-based United States Geological Survey (USGS).