I tried my hardest to talk, too loudly and too often — only to be told by a friend much later that I “didn’t open my mouth."
Your classmates’ genes may affect how well you do in school, a team of education researchers has found in a new study.
At least five members of Pi Beta Phi and two members of the men’s rowing team suspect that they were drugged by a non-Stanford student visiting members of Stanford’s men’s rowing team at the Sigma Chi fraternity house on Friday night.
A Twitter post questioning Stanford’s commitment to food security for low-income students sparked an online debate between student-athletes and those who believe the University's recent pilot of a "High Performance and Education" dinner targeted at athletes reflects Stanford's differing priorities.
A confidential letter sent by Stanford to former graduate student Seo-Young Chu M.A. ’01 reveals new details about Chu’s public accusations of sexual assault and harassment against now-deceased English Professor Jay Fliegelman Ph.D. ’77.
two new allegations of Moretti sexually harassing graduate students have surfaced: one from a woman who says she had to set a dog loose to get Moretti to stop propositioning her and leave her house late at night and another incident described by multiple sources who say Moretti lost a job opportunity at Johns Hopkins after a graduate student reported that he touched her inappropriately.
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.
“Is a beetle capable of experiencing joy?” and “Is a robot capable of experiencing guilt?” were just some of the unusual questions that Stanford psychologists posed to participants in a recent research study about human conceptions of mental life.
Stanford researchers found that the greater the number of words that demonstrated respect for the customer or suggested authority, the greater the volume of product sales.
Dubbed the Golden State Warrior for a series of high-profile challenges to the White House, California Attorney-General Xavier Becerra ’80 J.D. ’84 struck a confident tone on the state’s policies under the Trump administration at a Wednesday evening event hosted by Stanford in Government (SIG).
Greg Boardman, vice provost for student affairs, will retire on Aug. 31 after 13 years at Stanford and a rocky past year of student criticism.
A team of Stanford and Columbia University researchers have found that U.S. grasslands may be more sensitive to atmospheric dryness than rainfall. They examined 33 years of satellite data to draw their conclusions.
Pamela Matson announced Tuesday that she will step down as dean of the School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences after a 15-year tenure.
A previously private talk by U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor has been opened to all Stanford faculty, staff and students. The event will take place on March 10 in Memorial Auditorium.
University President Marc Tessier-Lavigne declined to officially declare Stanford a “sanctuary campus” in a Thursday meeting with a coalition of students and campus workers pushing Stanford to take a stronger stance in defense of undocumented community members.
Two recent Stanford graduates have won the 2017 Gates Cambridge Scholarship for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
At least 5,000 years before Spanish soldiers first set foot on California soil, the ancestors of the present-day Muwekma Ohlone tribe lived, fished and buried their dead on the land that was to become Stanford University.
Meghan Shea ’17 was named a 2017 Rhodes Scholar-elect on Nov. 19. Considered one of the oldest and most celebrated international fellowships, the Rhodes Scholarship funds two to three years of study at the University of Oxford for 32 outstanding students each year.
According to a new study co-authored by Professor Adam Brandt, the greater part of methane emissions in the United States can be traced to a small number of “super emitting” natural gas wells.