The love story that blossomed between Herbert Hoover, class of 1895, who would become the 31st President of the United States, and Lou Henry, class of 1898, his future wife, while they were undergraduates at Stanford is a classic example of senior boy meets freshman girl — except the two did not meet at Full…
A couple dressed in Northern traditional dress for Stanford’s 41st annual Powwow, which was held for three days last weekend from May 11 to 13. The word powwow translates to “spiritual leader” in Narragansett, the language of the Narragansett tribe. Modern-day powwows generally involve both Native Americans and non-Native Americans gathering together in celebration…
A 2008 article in the Times Higher Education supplement stated, “School libraries are suffering, and even closing, as resources are cut, staff ‘redeployed’ and the Internet deemed more important to learning than printed matter.” Such a trend, however, has not materialized at Stanford, according to Andrew Herkovic, director of communications and development for the Stanford Libraries.
The live post-it board screen in Arrillaga is the site of PostStanford, a project launched last Thursday by the ASSU Health and Wellness Executive Team with the aim of improving communication between students on campus.
With fraternity Kappa Sigma set to regain its housing for the 2012-13 academic year after losing it for one year due to concerns of excessive alcohol consumption and policy violations, The Daily took a look back at alcohol-related infringements committed by Greek groups in the past.
“Take Back the Night” is a national and international vigil in protest of sexual assault and in support of sexual assault victims. Stanford’s annual vigil was held yesterday.
Behind the bustle of the CoHo however, lies a tumultuous past.
William Dement, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and founder of the Sleep Research Center (widely regarded as the world’s first sleep laboratory), set up “summer sleep camps” during the 1970s at what was then the Lambda Nu fraternity — now the self-op Jerry.