On Friday, June 26, eighth Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon spoke to the Stanford community at Encina Hall. Ban’s visit to Stanford – his second to the University in less than three years – was part of a trip to the larger Bay Area to celebrate the signing of the U.N. Charter in San Francisco 70 years ago.
Stanford head coach David Shaw gave a positive recap of the team’s first practice with shoulder pads, highlighting the Card’s physicality and maturity. “Good first day,” Shaw said. “Very physical, as we like. Guys are working hard but we’re not going overboard. We’re competing but we’re not being combative. I think this is a very…
This summer, Stanford alumna Linda Sheng ’14 has joined a group of international graduate students on a cross-country bike ride to launch their new charity campaign known as Danxingdao or Oneway.
Stanford alumnus Caleb Kruse ’14, his brother Cameron Kruse and their friend Jordan Fatke received one of National Geographic’s Young Explorers Grants to give away ice cream across America in order to inspire “the next generation of explorers and conservationists.”