The team is the first in Stanford’s history to be chosen for NASA’s Reduced Gravity Student Flight Opportunities Program.
Reports of flu-related deaths, including four in Santa Clara County in the last month, led Vaden Health Center to host an emergency flu vaccination clinic on Monday.
Four Ph.D. students are raising funds online to purchase a plot of land in southeast Alaska where they plan to open a nonprofit field school called the Inian Islands Institute.
Stanford announced Monday it had received a $90 million gift to support cancer stem cell research at the School of Medicine.
In June, the Board on Judicial Affairs (BJA), a 15-member committee composed of students, faculty and administrators, voted to adopt eight bylaws to the Student Judicial Charter, aiming to clarify the policies and procedures to be followed during Stanford’s judicial process.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) last Wednesday approved a bill overturning eight new bylaws to the Student Judicial Charter, in part because members said they had not been included in conversations before the bylaws were adopted.
The decision came nearly five months after the Board on Judicial Affairs (BJA) first adopted the bylaws and a day after the Undergraduate Senate, in a split 7-7 vote, failed to pass a counterpart bill that would have overturned the same bylaws.
Benjamin Holston ‘15, chair of the ASSU Undergraduate Senate, backed away from his claims made at last week’s senate meeting that the Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) had added eight new bylaws to the Student Judicial Charter of 1997 over the summer without properly soliciting student input.
Standing atop a mobile tower, overlooking a grass field and its current congregation of around 50 Stanford students, Giancarlo Aquilanti D.M.A. ’96 introduces himself. Most of the ground-level crowd already knows the man with the microphone and scream out his name (“Giancarlo!”) before he has a chance to state it himself. Aquilanti laughs and presses…