CAPS is a short-term counseling resource, meaning students that require long-term therapy will be referred to a local clinician. Many students seeking long-term care struggle to navigate barriers such as insurance coverage and transportation.
Menstrual cups, which can be worn for up to 12 hours, are a safer, more environmentally sustainable alternative to tampons and pads. The cups are now available at SHPRC for $9, down from the market price of $39.
Three slates in contention to become next year's ASSU Executive team debated their platforms at an event co-sponsored by the Daily and KZSU.
Stanford multicultural fraternities Phi Beta Sigma and Gamma Zeta Alpha co-hosted an event with the theme “Hyper Masculinity and Machismo in Black and Brown Communities” Through discussions and readings of spoken word and short story, members of both communities explored and evaluated their experience of masculinity and race.
Many students must consider financial resources in deciding whether to take a summer internship. The Haas Center offers fellowships and grants to help cover costs for students interested in service, but funds are limited.
ASSU President Jackson Beard ’17 has joined student representatives from 11 universities across the country who are calling upon their schools to automatically waive application fees for low-income and first-generation applicants.
On Tuesday night, the 18th Undergraduate Senate discussed a joint resolution condemning Stanford’s decision to drop Title IX attorney Crystal Riggins following her critical comments about the University’s sexual assault review process.
Stanford biology professor Gretchen Daily ’87 Ph.D. ’92 prompted Chinese leaders to propose a new national park system with her nationwide assessment of China’s ecological resources nationwide.
After three years of planning with the West Coast Farmers’ Market Association, Stanford now hosts a weekly farmers’ market every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tresidder Memorial Union.
At the School of Engineering, Drell made increasing diversity in academia one of her priorities, and she hopes to do the same in her role as provost.
A research team at the Stanford School of Medicine has successfully corrected stem cells carrying the gene for sickle cell disease and transplanted the healthy cells into mice.
The course gives students the opportunity to study the UN Habitat III conference and explore sustainable urban development strategies.
At last night's Faculty Senate meeting, President Marc Tessier-Lavigne presented his vision for Stanford and the Dean of Research Ann Arvin gave a report on addressing the challenges of faculty research.
The Daily sat down with Professor Bill Durham to discuss his time at Stanford and the future of the Human Biology department.
The Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) held a forum on housing policy and gentrification that discussed the importance of employing multiple strategies to solve the housing crisis in the Bay Area.