Workers from two dining halls hand-delivered petitions to Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE) management on Tuesday, lodging a formal complaint against what they describe as “chronic understaffing” and “unacceptable workloads” that they say the department has ignored for over a year.
Leaders of SEIU Local 2007, the union that represents over 1,200 workers at Stanford and Santa Clara University, expressed concerns that its members may not be hired to work at Stanford's new satellite campus in Redwood City.
Researchers from the Stanford School of Medicine have found that popular fitness trackers such as FitBit generally record accurate heart rates, but the accuracy with which they measure calories burned is significantly worse.
The feature “On This Day in Stanford History” details unusual or humorous events that occurred on the same date or week in past years from the Daily archives.
The Daily is reviving "This Day in Stanford History," a feature which details unusual or humorous events on the same date in past years from the Daily archives.
In a recent study released in Psychological Science, Stanford researchers concluded that the key to better exam performance is not to work harder, but to use preparatory materials more strategically.
People who perceive time as money are significantly more stressed than those who have a more fluid vision of time, according to new research by Jeffrey Pfeffer Ph.D. '72 at the Graduate School of Business.
Multiple students, including all those who took a leave of absence last quarter -- but some who have been enrolled all year -- have not received their ballots for ASSU elections, The Daily confirmed today.
Alexis Kallen ’18, a political science and feminist, gender and sexuality studies major, has been named one of 62 Truman Scholars by the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation in 2017.
Professor Robb Willer found that the effect of moral judgments — whether negative or positive — is far greater than the effect of monetary sanctions in fostering generosity and interpersonal connection.
For some Stanford startup founders, “anti-establishment” and privilege go hand in hand.
According to a recent scorecard of the Colorado River Basin states, Colorado has the most state legal support for environmental water transfers, while Arizona has the least.
SEIU Local 2007, the union that represents over 1200 workers at Stanford and Santa Clara University, pushed for ESL program Habla’s expansion into LBRE last spring but worries about University support of the program.
From Vietnam-era anti-war posters to photographs of the Fossil Free Stanford protest, the University Archives work to actively transcribe history as it unfolds in the present.
The Undergraduate Senate discussed the Constitutional Council’s decision to move forward with a suit that Band and Stanford Health Peer Resource Center (SHPRC) filed to appeal Senate’s decision not to fund their officer salaries.
The revival of BLACKstage gives voice to a community they feel are overlooked by mainstream theater. The circumstances of its revival have helped spur the creation of a diversity committee in Ram’s Head and galvanized students to engage in socially conscious art.
Several Bay Area students, including Stanford’s Hadil Mansoor Al-Mowafak ’20 from Yemen, have filed a lawsuit through the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) that declares Trump’s travel ban unconstitutional.
In this edition of Glam Grads, The Daily talked with fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in sociology Aaron Heshel Silverman about his storied path to sociology and the way social science research has changed.
In their new book “Beethoven in China,” Cai and China expert Sheila Melvin trace the unlikely Chinese obsession with Beethoven throughout the last century.
Four men’s and 10 women’s Stanford athletic programs earned perfect scores in the NCAA’s multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR). The annual APR tracks academic eligibility, student-athlete retention and graduation rates of participants receiving athletic scholarships for every team at Division I colleges and universities. The multi-year rate collects data over four academic years -- beginning in the year 2011-12 -- with a possible perfect score of 1,000.
The Allen Discovery Center for Multiscale Systems Modeling of Macrophage Infection, a new center at Stanford, has received $10 million to research salmonella poisoning, according to a Food Safety News article.
While language skills have traditionally been a prerequisite to study abroad, Stanford is gradually weakening the language requirements of its Bing Overseas Study Program (BOSP).