Several Stanford websites were taken offline May 9 after being targeted by hackers looking to sell cheap software.
This academic year has seen a campus-wide initiative to increase the study of the humanities at Stanford. One of the stepping-stones in this initiative is an upcoming Admit Weekend event, titled “Creativity and the Human Condition: Humanities Research and Arts Endeavors at Stanford,” set for April 30.
Last Thursday, an advisory panel appointed by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) released its recommendations for a new version of the Medical College Admission Test, or MCAT. The panel’s proposed changes include eliminating the writing section of the test and adding a social science section.
When it comes to crime, one word may be enough to sway people’s perceptions.
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld levels criticism at top members of the Bush administration, including current Stanford professor and former provost Condoleezza Rice, in his new memoir “Known and Unknown.”
Stanford kicked off RecycleMania on Sunday, marking its fifth year as a participant in the nationwide competition measuring recycling on college campuses.
College freshmen nationwide are suffering from record levels of stress, an annual survey of incoming students recently conducted by UCLA found. This trend was echoed in the sentiments of Stanford faculty and administrators.
Electronic health records do not improve health care quality, even when accompanied with decision-making software, according to a recent Stanford study.