The board of Trustees fall quarterly meeting was the first for new President Marc Tessier-Lavigne. At the meeting the board approved new construction and discussed student mental health.
A selection of incidents from Oct. 3 to Oct. 10 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
A Q&A with Ro Khanna, a Stanford economics lecturer currently running to represent California’s 17th congressional district.
Vivian Ly ’16 was raised to make things work. When Ly was accepted to Stanford, with its need-blind and need-based financial aid system, she thought the days of just making it work were behind her. But as her freshman year progressed, Ly began to feel alienated by her low-income status: she is just one of many who feel disillusioned with parts of the University’s experience for low-income students.
Residents of Palo Alto’s College Terrace neighborhood continue to contest Stanford’s plan to manage toxic substances found in the University’s nearby construction site for University Terrace, a new faculty housing area on the edge of Stanford Research Park.
Nancy Pelosi, U.S. House of Representatives Minority Leader, joined Silicon Valley leaders at Stanford on Tuesday for a closed forum to discuss Innovation Agenda 2.0, a Democratic plan that will promote American innovation, in part by pushing for immigration reform.
Stanford students surrounded the Super Bowl 50 halftime stage Sunday night as Beyoncé, Bruno Mars and headliner Coldplay performed at Levi’s Stadium.