Tammer Bagdasarian
Tammer Bagdasarian '24 is a Staff Writer for The Daily planning to major in Communication. In his free time he likes to go for long walks and imagine what freshman year on campus would have been like.

Family, determination and a dream: The Real Woods story

If you click pause at the split second right after redshirt sophomore Real Woods pins his opponent down, right before he springs up to pound his chest in victory, you might be able to see the tattoo on his upper back peeking out of his cardinal singlet. It’s a W, symbolizing Woods, the family name, struck through by two linked diamond shapes, representing sacrifice.

GSC to launch drug abuse survey in April

The Graduate Student Council (GSC) plans to survey graduate students in April about drug misuse in April. Councilors said data from the survey could help guide future policy and improve student safety during the meeting on Wednesday night. The University conducted a similar survey of undergraduate students in 2019 to learn more about how students…

Undergraduate Senate unanimously passes resolution in support of unhousing Greek organizations

The Undergraduate Senate voted unanimously to pass a resolution that encourages Stanford to unhouse Greek organizations following a discussion that lasted nearly two hours. Members of Abolish Stanford Greek, who authored the resolution, and multiple fraternity and sorority members attended the meeting to lobby the senators to support or oppose the proposal.

Stanford researchers conduct clinical trials for REGN-COV2, experimental drug given to Trump

Stanford researchers are conducting inpatient and outpatient clinical trials of Regeneron’s REGN-COV2, an experimental “antibody cocktail” administered to President Donald Trump after he tested positive for COVID-19. Some noted that many of the newest drugs Trump has access to are still being tested in clinical trials and are unavailable to most COVID-19 patients.
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