Spring may bring new University social initiatives to campus, ranging from block parties and food trucks on The Row to the design of a Town Center in the White Plaza area, according to recent announcements from Student Affairs.
The new lab’s goal is to mobilize research insight by working with faculty, community and external partners to advance racial equity and to develop research collaboration networks among scholars and policy leaders.
America’s problems, Barber said, are issues such as systemic racism, systemic poverty, extreme militarism and false moral narratives.
The Daily sits down with Maya Varma ’20, who was named earlier this year to Her Campus’ 22 Under 22 Most Inspiring College Women list for her achievements in designing affordable health care technology.
Lecturer Sylke Tempel, who taught overseas in Berlin as part of the Bing Overseas Studies Program for over 20 years, passed away at the age of 54 on Oct. 5 after a tree fell on her during Storm Xavier. A memorial in her honor was held by her family in Germany on Oct. 20 to celebrate her life as a professor and key figure in German foreign relations.
This year, Stanford In New York (SiNY) will offer a spring quarter program, making it a year-round opportunity for the first time. The spring program is themed “The Global City,” an opportunity for students to explore the impact of globalism on New York City.