Stanford Students Against War and the Multo Collective condemned Condoleezza Rice's appointment as director of the Hoover Institution in a demonstration on Monday.
A panel hosted by the Bill Lane Center for the American West and the Stanford University Women’s Club discussed the results of Super Tuesday.
The Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) Undergraduate Senate focused on institutional knowledge at its meeting on Tuesday.
Membership gives them the privileges of serving as a principal investigator and as the principal advisor on Ph.D. dissertations.
Josh Cobler '20 said that pushing Stanford to divest from fossil fuels is just one step “in our journey toward creating social justice, economic justice, racial justice and environmental justice, in this country and outside of it.”
The bill would also structure the Senate such that only half the senators would be up for reelection each year, aiming to smooth the transitions between Senates by ensuring that that the Senate will always have members who have served for at least a year
Warren and Sanders supporters were kept waiting for hours on Monday as Iowa caucus results were delayed due to "quality control" checks.
The Undergraduate Senate will restart the process to remove Senator Sam Schimmel ’22 from office following procedural flaws, Senate Chair Munira Alimire ’22 told The Daily on Monday. On Jan. 7, the Senate discussed a bill to impeach Schimmel amid allegations of sexual misconduct, and the issue had been expected to be put to a vote on Tuesday.
Many people vividly remember where they were on Nov. 8, 2016. As seniors in a very liberal New York City high school, most of my friends had their eyes glued to the television or some livestream. Most probably remember the initial hope of seeing Hillary Clinton become president and remember that hope slowly being pulled away as the night dragged on.
After numerous reports of suspected and potential druggings this month, two more possible druggings were reported on Sunday night via consecutive AlertSU Community Crime Alerts.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Sept. 23 to Sept. 29 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin. Tuesday, Sept. 24 Between 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 23 and 9:00 a.m. on Sept. 24, an individual burgled a residency in Kimball Hall. Between 12:01 and 4:00 a.m., a petty theft…
This report covers a selection of incidents from Sept. 16 to Sept. 22 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin
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.
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.