As the Class of 2014 prepares to leave Stanford, many wonder where they will be headed next. Based on the data from the class of 2013, the Career Development Center (CDC) projects that 40 percent of the Class of 2014 will head into full-time employment, 24 percent will continue on into graduate or professional school and 21 percent will still be seeking employment.
On May 21, the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford will launch the Center for the Advancement of Women’s Leadership.
Obama intends to nominate Stanford alumnus as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
This year Frost’s lineup of Dispatch and Yeasayer has prompted student disappointment and has also resulted in decreased ticket sales for the annual music and arts festival. As comparable universities on the East Coast score stars such as David Guetta, Lauryn Hill and Chance the Rapper for spring concerts, many Stanford students have questioned why Stanford is not bringing in the same level of talent.
In this year’s ASSU elections, voters approved a ballot initiative to divest Stanford’s endowment from fossil fuels with 78 percent of votes in favor, setting in motion a process that could eventually lead to the Board of Trustees.
As fraternity rush concludes its first week and sorority rush approaches, the challenges surrounding rush may be particularly accentuated – given the stereotypically heteronormative culture structuring Greek life – for members of Stanford’s LGBTQ community, some of whom enter the process with reservations about whether or not they will be accepted.
Stanford’s religious culture is in many ways defined by its commitment to diversity: the University is overseen by three different chaplains, boasts over 30 student religious organizations and was founded as a non-religious institution. Stanford’s commitment to a liberal arts education, however, has also shaped the religious experience on campus by emphasizing critical thinking and…
With a split 7-7 vote, the 15th Undergraduate Senate decided not to overturn the newly adopted Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) bylaws.
With a month of intensive training under their belt and nearly 30 dances in their repertoire, the 2013-14 Stanford Dollies entered the season’s first football game against San Jose State with confidence, excitement and lots of adrenaline. “All of the previous Dollies had told us about that first moment when you walk into the stadium,”…
Next Tuesday, the 15th Undergraduate Senate will vote on a bill to overrule changes made to bylaws of the Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) without obtaining input from the Senate.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate gathered on Tuesday evening to hold a substantive open forum on 8:30 a.m. class times and pass three bills, $20,193 in funding bills.
It seems that every day is game day on the Farm and this weekend is no exception. It’s an exciting and important weekend for Stanford sports, as the Farm will host key Pac-12 matchups on the field, on the court and in the pool. The Cardinal has five teams ranked in the top 25 in the nation, looking to help Stanford earn its 20th consecutive Director’s Cup for the 2013-14 season.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate held another busy meeting on Tuesday evening, with a debate about an ASSU-funded alcohol policy for student groups and discussions of new funding bills.
The No. 6 Cardinal field hockey team faced fierce offenses this weekend on the East Coast, suffering its first loss since the beginning of the season. Despite the 3-1 defeat at the hands of No. 5 Syracuse on Saturday, Stanford was able to bounce back on Sunday by holding off No. 11 Albany 2-1.
For most concert halls and art programs today, a sold-out venue and consistently high-demand performances would be a dream come true. For Stanford Live, however, managing the excess demand for tickets at the newly opened Bing Concert Hall has been one of the greatest challenges this year, forcing the box office to rescind the tickets…
The 15th Undergraduate Senate picked up where it left off during its first meeting of the 2013-14 academic year eager to start implementing new ideas, including several new grants and funding opportunities.
“Champions aren’t made in the gyms. Champions are made from something deep inside them — a desire, a dream, a vision.” For field hockey junior fullback Kelsey Harbin, it is precisely this mental tenacity — as described by the legendary Muhammad Ali above — that has allowed her to claim a spot as this season’s…
The Stanford-Cal rivalry is off to a good start for the Cardinal this season after the women’s field hockey team trounced the Golden Bears 3-0 in its NorPac opener Friday afternoon. The match marked the sixth straight victory for Stanford, which demonstrated its offensive power throughout the Friday game with advantages in shots (18-1) and…
After appointing their executive cabinet towards the end of spring quarter, ASSU Executives Billy Gallagher ’14 and Dan Ashton ’14 have outlined several projects – from reinvigorating the humanities to addressing alleged flaws in the University’s judicial process – that they plan to address over the rest of their term.
The 15th ASSU Undergraduate Senate concluded their fourth and final online meeting of the summer on Wednesday afternoon, passing three funding bills for the 2013-14 year that totaled $40,421.14.
The 15th ASSU Undergraduate Senate completed the third emergency online meeting of their short time in office on Friday afternoon, passing two student group funding bills for the 2013-14 fiscal year.
The 15th ASSU Undergraduate Senate passed a funding bill totaling $1,409.88 for Noopur, Stanford's Indian Classical Dance Team, in an emergency online meeting on Saturday afternoon.
ASSU Co-Presidents Billy Gallagher '14 and Dan Ashton '14 have officially appointed their executive cabinet, selecting 15 cabinet members from a pool of 50 applicants. The cabinet held their first meeting on Monday evening.