Stanford is working with community partners to provide better mental health care for youths in the Peninsula area.
Last week, the David Rumsey Map Center opened in Green Library, unveiling a new collection of 150,000 pieces donated by David Rumsey to Stanford Libraries. With the Rumsey maps, the new Center builds on maps from other donors, Stanford’s Special Collections and the Branner Earth Sciences Library to create a wealth of resources that Stanford Libraries calls “unparalleled on the West Coast.”
The path between Enchanted Broccoli Forest (EBF) and Kappa Alpha (KA) fraternity house, known to students as “scary path,” has been recently fenced off with bollards and chains on both sides and a sign barring entry. However, some students believe more is needed to make the path safe.
The Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center is at the cutting edge of concussion diagnosis and rehabilitation, with eye-tracking technology and a treatment protocol combining exercise and recovery.
The director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Ronald Albucher presented recent improvements to the mental health organization on Jan. 20 at a town hall meeting. Albucher and his staff addressed student concerns in an effort to open the conversation about mental health services on campus.
Sandwich shop Ike’s Place might finally return to campus: Stanford’s Financial Management Services department is currently accepting proposals from vendors to fill an unoccupied area in the McMurtry Building. Ike Shehadeh, owner of the Ike’s sandwich franchise, said he received and accepted a Request for Proposal letter several weeks ago and plans to submit a…
A new program conducted at Stanford Red Barn, home to the Stanford Equestrian Team, offers guided workshops with horses to teach young people with early onset dementia to build confidence, trust and a sense of community.
The new Farm Stand snack concession, which opened last Wednesday in the basement of Maples Pavilion, allows Stanford athletes to refuel between classes, practice and lifts by making nutrition more convenient and efficient to fit busy schedules. The Farm Stand opened as a response to an NCAA ruling last spring.