“Due to ongoing COVID concerns in Japan, entry into the country for non-resident foreigners remains highly restricted and is expected to impact the ability of winter quarter participants to obtain visas in time to join the program,” University spokesperson E.J. Miranda wrote to The Daily.
Four Stanford Law students have launched a podcast focusing on modern tech issues and broadening tech access to reach those of different backgrounds
Seven Stanford faculty members were named 2021 Guggenheim Fellows in April, an honor recognizing those who have “demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.”
The in-person ceremonies will be limited to graduates and invited guests, but they will be livestreamed and uploaded for public viewing.
Carta will now operate as an ASSU organization, with the possibility of grading distributions returning to the site.
Former Stanford employee Patricia Castaneda and her brother Eric Castaneda will be sentenced on June 7.
Considering financial benefits, intellectual stimulation and remote learning, some students on gap years or leaves of absence are looking to transfer credit from other institutions.
Bill Gates believes collaboration between the public and private sector is necessary to achieve zero emissions by 2050.
Decreasing COVID-19 case numbers in Santa Clara County combined with the University’s testing capacities leads experts to believe that reopening campus is feasible.
This new archive will feature the contributions of Black communities to Silicon Valley, whether it be tech or agriculture. When launched, it will be located in the Silicon Valley Archives at Green Library.
A federal jury indicted former Stanford researcher Chen Song on three additional counts after she allegedly lied about her affiliation with the Chinese military.
Dylan O’Connor is set to appear at a superior court review conference on March 24.