Julia Landauer ’14, a 21-year-old professional race car driver and Stanford undergraduate, spoke with The Daily about competing on the latest season of the long-running reality series “Survivor”
This year, Stanford admitted 725 prospective freshmen from a restrictive early action pool of 6,103 students, the largest in the school’s history.
Lloyd Minor, the former provost of Johns Hopkins University, officially assumed his new position as dean of the Stanford School of Medicine on Saturday, Dec. 1. Minor succeeds Philip Pizzo, who stepped down from the post he had held since April 2001.
The Rhodes Trust announced the 32 recipients of this honor on Saturday, including Margaret Hayden ‘13 and Rachel Kolb ‘12 M.A. ‘13.
Repeating the results of the historic 2008 presidential election, voters at campus precincts overwhelmingly supported President Barack Obama on Tuesday. An exit poll conducted by The Daily showed that 88.11 percent of campus voters favored granting the Democratic candidate a second term.
In honor of Halloween, The Daily takes a look at some of the spookier, gloomier and scarier moments of Stanford’s history.
TSF is an annual fundraising campaign that collects gifts from alumni and University community members. All money raised is spent under the discretion of the University president with the goal of improving the experience of undergraduate students.
Coming off of the largest applicant pool in University history, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions plans on making significant expansions to its staff this year in order to keep pace with growing interest from prospective students.