A recent uptick in crime at the Sand Hill Road complex caught the attention of apartment management, who issued a warning letter to residents late December.
Associate professor of Chinese history Tom Mullaney and the Grave Reform in Modern China project aim to use quantitative data alongside articles and personal narratives to illustrate the movement of 15 million people’s remains over the last 15 years.
Amr Hamzawy is a visiting scholar at Stanford’s Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) and an associate professor of political science at Cairo University. Before arriving at Stanford, Hamzawy played critical roles in the Egyptian political scene, both during and after the Arab Spring — including a term in the first parliament elected after Egypt’s 2011 revolution.
Free printing privileges at Stanford’s libraries will end this week as the University finishes its implementation of a new pay-to-print system. The new Stanford Print Service will allow printing and copying via a Stanford ID card or through a separate payment card available for visitors. New printers have been installed across campus to complete the transition.
A new student-led tour aims to focus on a particular area of Stanford’s academic life: humanities and the arts. The hour-long Humanities and Arts Tour brings participants to arts-focused sites on campus, including the Cantor Arts Center, Rodin Sculpture Garden, and the new, 100,000 square foot McMurtry building, home of the Department of Art & Art History.
Starting this week, Stanford Environmental Health & Safety will begin offer free flu vaccinations. The shots are offered annually throughout the autumn quarter in preparation for flu season.