Students find that while UAR pre-med advisers provide useful resources for logistical questions, their lack of personal experiences as pre-med undergraduates is a setback.
Social Dance 1, one of Stanford’s most popular introductory dance classes, was forced to reopen its doors this fall after reaching full capacity to correct a gender imbalance of 17 more males than females.
It has been less than two weeks since the Class of 2016 descended on the Farm. In the midst of choosing classes, registering bikes and checking out the first fraternity parties, a few freshmen have found the time to do one more thing: close down the admissions advice blog they started back in June.
Cardinal Nights, the Office of Alcohol Policy and Education (OAPE) effort to provide and promote alcohol-free social events, is entering its sophomore year with an eye toward increasing programming and student outreach.
New wireless technology developed by Stanford researchers could eliminate the need for batteries in implantable medical devices.
Despite administrators’ claims that the new policy will lead to a safer environment for students to live in, there is fear the policy is doing the exact opposite.
Assistant Dean of Stanford Summer Session Jess Matthews warned students that the storage or consumption of hard liquor would not be tolerated in dorms during the summer.
I realized that I did have one piece of advice left that I wanted to shout from the rooftops, something I wanted to say to every single student on Stanford’s campus: You should write a column.