The Daily sat down with Mike Samuels, newly crowned Stanford Tree, at the CoHo for a brief interview. With several bandaged battle wounds, he looked understandably harried from the last week, but seemed content and grateful to have been selected as Tree.
A group of campus conservatives started a petition in support of ROTC’s return to Stanford. This petition has gathered 812 signatures at the time of publication.
The University recently stepped up enforcement of its photography policy, leaving photographers uncertain about whether they are technically allowed to photograph Stanford landmarks. Security guards patrolling the Main Quad and other campus landmarks have been instructed to question the intent of individuals with professional camera equipment.
A host of leading researchers and campus luminaries presented at Saturday’s Happiness Within Reach conference. The event featured prominent neurobiologists, meditation instructors, psychologists and authors, who sought to educate attendees on the “science of happiness.”
Stanford Students for Queer Liberation (SSQL) started an online petition last week to gain student support for efforts to block the reintroduction of ROTC to campus.
The National Marriage Boycott (NMB)–a group founded at Stanford to protest marriage discrimination in the wake of Proposition 8–is spearheading a national effort to prevent the return of ROTC at certain colle
According to a Stanford study, if you want any hope of slimming down this year, it’s best not to get bogged down by detailed expectations.
A recent report from a group of Stanford and Munich researchers show that not only is the US falling behind in advanced math scores, compared to other industrialized countries, but California (home to numerous leading tech companies) also comes up short in the numbers realm.