Conducting secret talks to convince leaders to “get out of the business of terrorism,” enduring nine-hour meetings with foreign dignitaries as a symbol of bladder and policy persistence, 2 a.m. meetings with world leaders wearing shirts printed with pictures of dead African leaders — these are the highs and lows of American diplomacy, Ambassador William…
Miscommunication and confusion have characterized the staff selection process this year, largely as a result of the new changes, students say.
After lengthy discussion, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) decided against extending an exception to The Stanford Daily to receive late funding on Wednesday evening.
A new student identity program titled “Identity Chats Plus Chocolate” was created in the Rinconada frosh dorm this quarter in response to concerns brought up by residents following “Crossing the Line.”
The Daily sat down with five student entrepreneurs to discuss the companies they’ve started and the role of the Stanford community in their work.
In its second year, the Stanford Marriage Pact saw a slightly revised questionnaire and algorithm as well as a 150 percent increase in responses from last year.
Stanford Women in Design (SWID) hosted its second-annual conference n the d.school from Nov. 15-16. The 2018 conference focused on the topic of Navigating Design.
Valerie Jarrett ‘78, former Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, spoke about her college life and her career — from practicing law, to working in nonprofits, to working in federal government — during a visit to the Black Community Services Center on Friday. Stanford students and alums alike gathered to hear Jarrett answer questions from Henry Washington, Jr., a second-year Ph.D. student in the interdisciplinary program in Modern Thought and Language.