For descendants of Chinese railroad workers and nineteenth-century Chinese immigrants, the work that Chinese Railroad Workers Project co-directors Shelley Fisher Fishkin and Gordon Chang have achieved is not just about setting the historical record straight; it’s about reclaiming their families’ place in American history.
The son of Menlo Park parent Marjorie Klapper was revealed to have falsely identified himself as both black and Hispanic on his Common Application at the advice of college admissions scandal mastermind and purported college counselor William Rick Singer.
In the midst of stalled negotiations with Stanford Health Care over wages and workplace conditions, the Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievement (CRONA) — the independent union representing nurses at Stanford Health Care and Packard Children’s Hospital — voted to authorize a strike on Wednesday, April 10.
Beginning in fall 2019, Stanford University Libraries plans to start transforming the first floor of Green Library’s East Wing into a space showcasing the innovation and entrepreneurs born from Silicon Valley.
It is unclear whether the alleged sexual assault was reported to police at any point in time.
This article is the third in a four-part series on the University’s Long-Range Planning efforts. As part of Stanford’s Long-Range Planning (LRP) process, the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access in a Learning Community (IDEAL) initiative has begun efforts to improve faculty and graduate student diversity after spending fall quarter establishing its goals. Improvements such as…
Unlike last year, the organizers decided not to be formally affiliated with the National Women’s March this year in an effort toward inclusivity and in light of the controversies surrounding the organization.
In light of November controversies, Stanford has reaffirmed its commitment to offering resources to students who may be impacted by the Trump administration’s immigration policies.