I used to think Stanford was my dream school. And if you’re reading this, it probably was yours, too, at some point in time.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power addressed “Resisters in Dark Times” in her first talk on Wednesday evening as this year’s speaker for the Tanner Lectures on Human Values. Power shared the stories of activists in three difficult times in American history: the periods of Japanese internment, anti-communist hysteria, and the AIDS epidemic.
A study by Sean F. Reardon, professor of poverty and inequality in education at the Graduate School of Education, found that socioeconomic status in U.S. public school districts only correlated weakly with growth in students’ average test scores over time.
The feature “On this day in Stanford history … ” details unusual or humorous events that occurred on the same date or week in past years from The Daily archives.
Campus police statistics released last Thursday in Stanford’s 2017 Safety, Security and Fire Report show an increase in reported sexual offenses, an increase in reports of hate crimes and a decrease in arrests related to alcohol.
Starting Monday, May 29, the grocery and convenience store will begin accepting meal plan dollars again. According to Residential and Dining Enterprises (R&DE), the change was prompted by student feedback.
Some say the group has formed to fill a gap at Stanford, raising new questions about a campus conversation that may focus more on sexual assault prevention than on survivors.
The Stanford Association of Students for Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP), formally known as One in Five, held Parents’ Weekend informational class sessions on Saturday. The sessions aimed to educate parents about the prevalence of sexual violence on campus in order to inspire action and raise awareness.