Featured in a recent National Public Radio (NPR) article about smartphone usage and addiction, psychiatrist Anna Lembke M.D. sat down with The Daily to discuss her clinical work and how it relates to the increasing prevalence of technology addiction.
Health4TheWorld is the first nonprofit of its kind to use machine learning to provide treatment tools and educate health care professionals in under-resourced regions.
This quarter, students will study coming-of-age stories across both Victorian- and contemporary-era novels in Britain and America in the new course taught by Irena Yamboliev, ENGLISH 127: “The Tragedy of Becoming an Adult.”
As students continue to flock to computer science, Stanford’s CS department has to grapple with the challenges of hosting the most popular major on campus.
This past summer, Sophia Pink ’19 embarked on a solo road trip across the country, asking questions about the hopes and futures of 21 year-olds from all walks of life.
In anticipation of the Faculty Senate Academic Council Standing Committee’s review of Ways of Thinking/Ways of Doing (WAYS) during the 2018-19 academic year, Stanford students shared their perspectives on the benefits and drawbacks ofthe requirement.
This past September, Gi-Wook Shin, a professor in sociology, published a book titled “Superficial Korea” that discusses social issues in South Korea and suggests cultural and political solutions to them.