When next year’s New Student Orientation (NSO) welcomes the incoming class of 2022 and transfer students, the will be a few changes to its format.
This article is the final part in a series examining Stanford’s continued expansion and the impacts it has on the landscape of campus and its surrounding community.
Over a year after California legalized marijuana consumption, campus enforcement of recreational marijuana use remains murky.
Thursday evening, protesters gathered at Lytton Plaza in downtown Palo Alto to advocate for its renaming as part of the “#NameHerToo” campaign and in coordination with International Women's Day. The campaign is a response to the fact that while 27 streets in Palo Alto are named after male writers, none are named for female writers, according to the event’s co-organizer Patricia Martín Rivas.
The Stanford Coalition for Planning an Equitable 2035 (SCoPE 2035) collaborated with Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 2007 to organize a two-day stickering campaign and an unofficial campus tour on Saturday--the second day of Family Weekend--to address housing and job conditions of Stanford workers.
A new advising system for incoming students will soon replace the existing Pre-Major Advising program. Stanford Advocates for Growth and Exploration (SAGE) will apply to first-year and transfer students entering Stanford in the fall of 2018. Unlike pre-major advisors under the existing system, SAGEs will receive different training, serve a more clearly-defined role and be matched to their advisees through a different system, according to Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR) director Louis Newman.
Zerlina Maxwell, the director of progressive programming for SiriusXM and former director of progressive media for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, visited Stanford last week. The Daily spoke with Maxwell about her views on the pervasiveness of rape culture and the need for consent education.
The School of Medicine’s Diversity Center of Representation and Empowerment (D-CORE) — the school's first center of its kind — will officially open in Lane Library on Monday for use by School of Medicine (SoM) trainees, residents, students, faculty and non-SoM affiliates.
Owing to a faculty-student initiative created three years ago to encourage discourse on the scholarly value of games and interactive media, faculty and student members of Games and Interactive Media at Stanford (GAIMS) are now pushing for more extensive academic undertakings in the field.
On Thurs., Apr. 27, Stanford announced the three staff members who were selected to receive the 2017 Amy J. Blue Award. The award honors staff members who are “exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work,” according to Stanford News.
Some residents of Menlo Park, where Stanford has planned development, question the University’s commitment to minimizing traffic and improving bike routes in the area.
This year, Synergy announced in an op-ed in The Daily that the residence would not be releasing unofficial decisions about staffing, sparking a discourse on the longtime process of extending informal offers.
Stanford’s Public Safety Officers (PSOs) say the University has blocked their efforts to unionize, which stalled this January after a federal ruling favoring Stanford.
After a two year absence the Stanford Mobile app has returned and now contains the information such as hours and menu for dining options and live tracking for the Marguerite Shuttle service.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Oct. 18 to Oct. 24 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.