Last fall, fourteen student teams designed computer, video and mobile games in CS 146: “Introduction to Game Design and Development.”
Research from Wendt Family Professor of Political Science Morris Fiorina shows that the American public is not more politically polarized than it was in 1976, despite the apparent polarization of party candidates.
Executive Director of Bechtel International Center Shalini D. Bhutani explained that students from abroad have F-1 and J-1 Visas, which are not affected by the travel ban. For some Stanford students, though, the ban’s implications are more serious.
The Daily sat down with former mayor of Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa, who is one of the Democratic candidates running for governor of California, to chat about why he thinks “politics is broken” and what Stanford students can do to help fix it.
In its first meeting of the academic year, Faculty Senate received updates on long-range planning, a recap of President Marc Tessier-Lavigne’s first year and a debrief from executive leaders of the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) on the issues of diversity and student support in academics.
After campus institution Thai Cafe closed its doors on 30 years of business at Stanford in June, the School of Humanities and Sciences (H&S) is seeking a new food vendor for the vacated space at the courtyard outside Jordan Hall.
Emeritus professor Robert Cannon, an early proponent of autonomous robotics and cofounder of the Aerospace Robotics Lab, died at the age of 93 on Aug. 15 at Stanford Hospital.
In its Wednesday meeting, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) brainstormed ideas for Stanford’s long-range planning process and saw updates from housing and an Undergraduate Senate bill to review Constitutional Council guidelines. Meanwhile, the GSC must consider what they must allocate parts of their budget to for the coming academic year.