Stanford football (1-3, 0-2 Pac-12) sputtered to a 21-6 loss against No. 16 Oregon (3-1, 1-0 Pac-12) behind an anemic offense that could only muster two field goals on Saturday.
On Tuesday, The Palo Alto Board of Education voted unanimously to approve an ongoing 2 percent salary raise, with yearly raise renegotiations, for union member teachers and senior managers.
This year, the Super Bowl SUCKED. Not only did the Patriots win (and when the Patriots win, America loses), but a lot of the ads were incredibly mediocre. I grew up a football a fan, so the big game has always been meaningful to me in and of itself, but this year I felt particularly indifferent about the teams, so I decided to do what most non-football fans do when they feel pressured to watch the game: watch the game for the commercials.
In a December statement regarding the lawsuit, Stanford reaffirmed its commitment to providing affordable housing and claimed that the issue was about the “unequal” treatment of the University.
Originally, Graduate Student Educator Michael Mohsen assumed that workshop participants would know what Islamophobia is, an assumption that has since changed.
Stanford men’s basketball grabbed their first Pac-12 victory of the year on Saturday, with a dominant performance against Arizona State. After the game, sophomore forward KZ Okpala said the following: “We’re ready now. We know what we can do, we know we can beat any team. We’re ready.” Prepared to go on a run, the Cardinal will visit Seattle on Thursday to take on Washington. The Daily’s Michael Espinosa, Stephen Ren, and Bobby Pragada share their thoughts on the statement win, the next man up for the Cardinal, and what needs to be done against the Huskies.
The Sophomore Class Cabinet hosted Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) counselors Julia Anable and Gerald Shorty on Tuesday in an event focused on the types of services CAPS offers to undergraduate students, as well as its relationship with the student body.
Charles D. Young ’91 MBA ’03 has been elected as the newest member of the Board of Trustees.