Production costs for the concert have increased dramatically due to a new venue, according to organizers. But ticket prices for Stanford students are only a dollar higher than they were last year.
Samuel Park ’98, former editor of the arts and entertainment section at The Daily, passed away due to stomach cancer on April 1.
This quarter, Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE) will make several changes to the undergraduate housing process, including reducing the maximum draw group size from eight to six people and increasing the number of dorms that offer gender neutral housing.
Match18, a new community-building initiative led by the Junior Class Cabinet, has begun to “match” members of the Class of 2018 with fellow participants to form new social connections.
In the wake of campus-wide and national conversations surrounding sexual assault this year, Stanford students and faculty have been engaged in a number of discussions, initiatives and workshops in reflection. An understanding of what Stanford has done in recent years to address sexual assault contextualizes these actions.
Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter for “Trump: The Art of the Deal,” visited Stanford last week to discuss his experiences working with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and the lasting impact of those experiences on his life.
The Stanford Greek community participated in an Escalation Workshop in partnership with the One Love Foundation last week, representing an effort to promote awareness of and protection against relationship violence.
The Stanford Anti-Violence Educators (SAVE) program is the newest in a series of initiatives to educate Stanford students on sexuality, consent and sexual assault.