Thirty-six years after Stanford professor emerita Terry Karl ’70 M.A. ’76 Ph.D. ’82 accused him of sexual misconduct, retired Harvard political science professor Jorge Dominguez has been banned from Harvard’s campus and stripped of his emeritus status. The decision was announced Thursday, after the school’s yearlong Title IX investigation found Dominguez engaged in “unwelcome sexual…
After a week of controversy on and off campus regarding the posting of ‘anti-Semitic’ cartoons by Eli Valley, the cartoonist spoke on campus Friday, accusing Zionists and “right-wing” Jews of complacency regarding white supremacy and criticizing their support of “white supremacist” politicians such as President Donald Trump in his talk.
When she paid $6.5 million to an apparent college counselor on April 21, 2017 — three weeks after her daughter’s acceptance to Stanford — Yusi Zhao’s mother Xiaohong believed she had made a donation to the University, her lawyer Vincent Law stated on Thursday.
News of the Zhao family’s payment comes as federal prosecutors are targeting additional parents in the scandal. So far, the second-highest known payment to scandal ringleader William Rick Singer was $1.2 million.
Billionaire philanthropist Tom Steyer MBA ’87 called Ronald Reagan’s vision of the United States a “failed vision” and said Donald Trump is the “most corrupt president in American history.”
After a convincing 2-1 home series win over Utah a week ago, No. 26 women’s softball (30-10, 7-5 Pac-12) travelled to No. 3 Arizona (38-7, 15-0 Pac-12) this weekend. The Cardinal entered the game with the best team record since 2010, but were clobbered by the Wildcats in a three-game sweep.
For the first time this year, sailing claimed victory in two events over the same weekend. In Los Angeles, the Cardinal (55) fended off USC (69) and UC Santa Barbara (69) en route to Stanford’s 15th straight championship title in the women’s Pacific Coast Collegiate Sailing Conference (PCCSC). The performance qualifies Stanford for the Inter-collegiate…
After a season of trailing four-time defending champion No. 1 Oklahoma (OU) in the rankings, and after trailing the perennial OU powerhouse for much of Saturday’s NCAA Championship meet, No. 2 Stanford broke away in the final event for a come-from-behind 415.222-414.556 victory in Illinois.