A male sophomore was found dead in the Theta Delta Chi (TDX) house Friday morning, according to a Row staff member.
The Stanford alumnus ran on a message of unity and love, but never managed to break through in the polls.
Although the new designation won’t change the experience for audiences or most student Band members, the two-year pilot program means big changes behind the scenes for one of Stanford’s largest student organizations.
All student residential staff will be paid a $11,400 stipend starting fall 2020, the Office of Student Affairs announced on Tuesday.
A court in China sentenced a former Stanford postdoctoral fellow, who announced last November that he had created the first genetically edited babies, to three years in prison on Monday for conducting “illegal medical practice,” according to Chinese state media.
Just one month before the selection process begins for next year’s residential staff, Stanford has announced that it will accept four core recommendations from the ResX task force.
Cheryl Brown will take over ResEd as the University begins to implement a series of reforms recommended by the ResX task force to transform the residential experience.
Stanford failed to respond quickly enough or to acknowledge the historical significance of the noose in its initial statement, administrators wrote in an email to the campus community.
This year’s production of the student-directed musical Gaieties, titled “Trees,” will star both a live-action tree and bear, according to a first-look trailer released this week.
The suspect grabbed the woman’s buttocks while she was waiting to cross the street at the corner of Lasuen and Campus Drive, according to an AlertSU report.
Stanford has rescinded the admission of a female student whose application was linked with the bribery scandal rocking college admissions nationwide, the University announced on Tuesday.
Following conservative outcry over protests of right-wing speakers on college campuses, President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Thursday that threatens the denial of federal grants to colleges who do not uphold free speech on their campuses.
Erica Olsen ’21 will be dropping out of the suit, lawyer John Medler told The Daily on Thursday morning.
The crisis extends into the ways counseling and psychological services are provided at the University and into the intrinsic nature of graduate education.
The committee overseeing a replacement for the controversial Cardinal Conversations speaker series is accepting student self-nominations until March 18, an email from the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs (VPSA) announced Wednesday.
After colliding with a biker near the roundabout colloquially known as the “Circle of Death” on Monday morning, a female graduate student was taken to Stanford Hospital by paramedics to treat a potentially broken or dislocated arm, the Palo Alto police department confirmed to The Daily.