Stanford Health Care — a separate but next-door entity from Stanford University — is not included in the University's weekly testing requirements. Health Care employees who are symptomatic or have been exposed to the virus are required to get tested by the hospital system’s clinic, but are ineligible for Stanford’s weekly surveillance testing.
16.2% of students in the Class of 2023 are children of Stanford graduates, according to a report submitted to the California state legislature on Friday. An additional 1.5% were not legacy students but came from a family with a history of philanthropy, the report noted.
Students living in California who can travel to campus to retrieve their belongings and depart within the same day may do so as early as Monday, according to Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE).
Stanford plans to house two classes of undergraduates on campus in each quarter of the 2020-21 academic year including summer 2021, President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell announced Wednesday in an email to faculty, but online teaching will remain “the default” option next year for undergraduates.
As the University has held firm on charging full tuition for spring 2020 despite student pushback, and as the pandemic leaves students with new responsibilities across a variety of living situations, some are choosing to take a leave of absence or finish their degree early rather than take classes from afar.
No mention of shipping students their belongings exists on the current version of the FAQ, aside from if they need a specific item, which they can coordinate with their housing front desk.
Residents of Santa Clara County have been ordered to stay in their homes and away from others for the next three weeks, starting at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, as part of a region-wide order spanning six Bay Area counties that aims to slow the spread of coronavirus.
The Kappa Kappa Gamma (Kappa) sorority will occupy the residence at 1047 Campus Drive for three years, while the Chi Omega sorority will live in the house at 664 Lomita Drive for one year, Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) announced on Wednesday morning.
It is unclear how many students in total have been tested. Furr wrote that the University is “not in a position to provide ongoing updates” about the numbers of Stanford community members who have been tested.
A faculty member in Stanford School of Medicine has tested positive for COVID-19, School Dean Lloyd Minor announced Friday evening, marking the first publicly confirmed coronavirus case in a Stanford affiliate.
An email that appeared to have been sent from resident fellow John Barton on Tuesday evening to some, but not all, FloMo residents stated that a resident in one of the complex’s seven dorms had contracted COVID-19.
Stanford students currently studying abroad in Florence will have to return home before the start of next week.
Interested organizations will have to submit an interest form for general housing by Friday and a completed application by Feb. 21.
Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins spoke at Stanford Law School on Monday at an event sponsored by Stanford Law's chapter of the Federalist Society.
UCLA is a force to be reckoned with. Stacked with former Olympians Kyla Ross and Madison Kocian, the No. 3 Bruins are a well-rounded team with depth on every event, so it came as no surprise when they took home the win over Stanford on Monday night 197.575 - 196.2500.
A white male in his 30s or 40s groped a juvenile female from behind at Frost Amphitheater on Friday at 9:20 p.m., the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) reported.
While Santa Clara County has requested that Stanford construct four times the amount of faculty and staff housing they originally intended to under the 2018 General Use Permit (GUP) application, the University maintains it cannot meet this demand without a series of modifications to the County’s conditions for the application’s approval.
After accepting $610,000 in bribes to reserve athletic recruitment spots for wealthy families’ children, former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer was sentenced on Wednesday to one day in prison and six months of home confinement with electronic monitoring.
Stanford is working with a state attorney to find a worthy cause to donate the $770,000 fraudulently gained from the national college admissions scandal — including the $610,000 obtained from bribes to former head sailing coach John Vandemoer — according to a victim impact statement submitted to Boston District court. Vandemoer’s sentencing hearing will take place on Wednesday.