The funds will provide essentials such as water, food, masks and sanitizer to vulnerable populations in Peru.
When Marcelo Peña ’23 envisioned his first spring at Stanford, it was consistent with the often-told narrative new students are promised: spending days in the sun with frosh dorm friends, exploring new classes and interests, perhaps even taking a lighter course load.
People who have recovered from COVID-19 have antibodies in their blood’s plasma that may help fight the virus. The new treatment, which has been approved as an investigational product by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, aims to utilize these antibodies by transferring them to patients who are currently battling the virus.
According to a survey by the Pew Research Center, 68% of Americans say that fake news greatly impacts their confidence in government institutions, and 79% of Americans believe something should be done to combat the barrage of misinformation.
The school districts in St. Charles, Mo., Olathe, Kan. and Long Island, N.Y. filed lawsuits earlier this month on October 7th, becoming the first districts to take legal action against the popular vape producer.