Last weekend, students competed in the first-ever Fall Game Jam, a hackathon where participants had 36 hours to develop a game.
Melody Yang ’21 and a freshman international student led the first-ever meeting organized by Stanford Students for Queer Liberation.
In its 10th meeting, the 20th Undergraduate Senate reported on multiple Senator’s personal projects, including proposals to establish a First Generation and Low-Income (FLI) dormitory and community center as well as to create a successor to the Cardinal Conversations program.
In its seventh meeting, the 20th Undergraduate Senate motioned to give a $1,000 quick grant to Kappa Alpha Theta (Theta) for their annual event, Theta Breakers, denying their request for greater funding.
Computer science researcher and lecturer Chris Piech ’10 M.A. ’11 Ph.D. ’16, who currently teaches the introductory computer science course CS 106A: Programming Methodologies, has implemented a new assignment submission system in a personal research project to better understand students’ learning processes.
In RELIGST 1: “Religion Around the Globe,” students learn about the role of religion in modern society by investigating and comparing the ancient and modern beliefs of six prominent world religions.
A new winter quarter course, CS47 SI: “Cross-Platform Mobile Development,” aims to ease the technological barriers of creating a new app.
In CS 56N: “Great Discoveries and Inventions in Computing,” former Stanford President John Hennessy seeks to dispel the notion of a computer as a magical box.