Food-insecure students and their families will see several changes aimed at countering the spread of coronavirus at Residential & Dining Enterprises’ (R&DE) "Food Pantry Pop-Up" on April 13.
A team of undergraduate and graduate students has created a digital map detailing where Bay Area children can still find free meals in the wake of school closures that have upended plans for students who rely on free and reduced-price lunches.
"[Students] don't need extra courses, they need financial security," Senator Mià Bahr ’22 said. The Senate discussed the elimination of course fees in its 11th meeting.
The Undergraduate Senate discussed initiatives involving significant changes to the appropriations committee, as well an app intended to improve campus safety, plans to collect data through polls and a resolution that would restructure personal projects.
The survivor of convicted felon Brock Turner’s sexual assault, known publicly as Emily Doe, will release a memoir in September on her experience surrounding the attack that took place in January 2015.
The theme for this year’s FoodInno conference addressed the waste accumulated at every step of the food production process
Just in time for the release of "Detective Pikachu," Stanford research detailing how Pokémon affects brain development was published
After swearing to uphold the values of the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU), the 21st Undergraduate Senate elected senate positions during their inaugural meeting
For the first time since the student group’s foundation in late 2015, Stanford Applied Cyber was a national finalist in the two-day long simulation that mimicked the high-stress situation of a cyber attack.
Artist Dana Schutz spoke in conversation with Hamza Walker, director of nonprofit art space LAXART, on appropriation in the arts during the inaugural talk for the Komal Shah and Gaurav Garg Artist Conversation Series on Monday evening.
Faculty responses to mental health issues, Stanford’s current lawsuit entanglement and suicide were the center of a Monday night panel discussion on mental health.
Stanford Club Boxing, which has operated as an unofficial club sport since September, has faced obstacles in trying to secure funding from SAL.
SIG events committee member Emily Katz ’19 said the event was pulled together in only a few days after Deitsch reached out to inform the group of his interest in visiting campus.
Renzi, who served as prime minister of Italy from Feb. 2014 to Dec. 2016, has taught courses on European leaders' challenges at Stanford’s Florence campus in the fall quarters of 2017 and 2018.
Huddled together and clutching a tub of large cookies, a few of the latest additions to the Asia-Pacific Student Entrepreneurship Society (ASES) waited for the arrivals of people to the Row late on Friday and Saturday night on Oct. 12 and 13.
On Oct. 10, Planned Parenthood publicly launched a campaign to protect access to abortion in light of the new conservative majority on the Supreme Court.