Women’s soccer (2-2, 1-1 Pac-12) is back to dominating the field after a 5-0 win over Utah (1-3-2, 0-1-1 Pac-12) this Friday. Fans who watched could feel the energy coming from the field, and saw a glimpse into Stanford’s future.
On Mar. 5, Stanford women’s soccer (1-2, 0-2 Pac-12) takes on Utah (1-2-2, 0-2 Pac-12) for what fans hope will be Stanford’s second win of the season.
Stanford (1-2, 0-2 Pac-12) women’s soccer lost its second match in a row, dropping a 1-2 result to Oregon State (2-2, 1-2 Pac-12) Sunday afternoon, leaving the Cardinal winless in the Pac-12 after a tough weekend in Oregon.
In what was a rainy Friday night match, Stanford women’s soccer (1-1, 0-1 Pac-12) lost to Oregon (2-0-1, 1-0 Pac-12) by a final score of 1-2. This marks the first loss for the Cardinal within the conference since 2016.
Stanford (1-0) starts off its Pac-12 run on the road against Oregon (1-0-1) this Friday.
Stanford women’s soccer (1-0) won its season opener 2-1, after narrowly defeating the only team that beat them last season, Pepperdine (1-2).
Goalkeeper Jane Campbell ’17, defenders Alana Cook ’19, Kelly O’Hara ’10 and Tierna Davidson ’20, midfielder Catarina Macario ’21 and forwards Sofia Smith ’22 and Christen Press ’11 have all been named to US Soccer's roster for the 2021 SheBelieves Cup.
Pending Santa Clara County guidelines, the Cardinal will play a majority of their games in March and April. Notable matches will take place back-to-back on April 9 and 11 against USC and UCLA, respectively.
Those of us who aren’t at the protests are spending our time volunteering for our communities — providing food and water, cleaning up the streets, fundraising for bail funds and community organizations,” the petition st. “For many of us, schoolwork is the last thing on many of our minds.”
As protests spread throughout the United States, some Stanford instructors have reached out to their students to show support, offering extensions and assistance for their final assignments.
Amid COVID-19, Stanford course HUMBIO 114: “Global Change and Emerging Infectious Disease” has seen an abundance of students suddenly take interest; enrollment has risen from 23 students in spring 2019 to 64 students this spring, according to ExploreCourses.
In a new and very timely report, researchers from Stanford Med have concluded that “being and staying single” helps one live a “longer and healthier life.” This was stated among a list of other things that one can do to live a more healthy life during the time of COVID and beyond. Stanford researchers decided…
Seniors Emily Bishko, Emily Schmidt and Karen Kurosawa recall what it is like leaving Stanford prematurely.
“If I can sit at my desk and send pointless emails to the whole student body while panicking about our endowment, you can finish your p-set, even if your power goes out and you have no internet!”
Chris Piech and students reflect on teaching and taking CS 106A: "Code in Place." (Photo: SIMON WARBY/The Stanford Daily)
The first to answer stated that he “just didn’t think that social distancing was that conducive to war” and that he wasn’t sure “how we were supposed to keep private military defense companies afloat without irrational and aggressive measures across the seas.”
As COVID-19 upends students’ college experiences, some students with eating disorders are suffering from heightened triggers.
SATIRE: “My team and I … Obama too … this will make a round ticket. Also we need to stop this, this yeah. I think back in the day, my father used to tell me,” Biden said after the announcement.
SATIRE: A distant crying noise can also be heard throughout campus, making some believe that Kim Jong-un is trapped in the West Stacks. Activist groups are feverishly planning rescue operations while studying maps of the west stacks, which of course haven't been explored in over 10 years.
Students reflect on their decision to take more than 20 units this quarter. Many feel overwhelmed at the level of coursework.
SATIRE: Police stated that “he wasn’t going out for essential needs, and was insisting on blessing people while holding their hands in his.”
On the question of veganism, to what degree the global North can ask the global South to sacrifice its cultural identities to prevent further environmental damage?