The ticket lottery for Ruth Bader Ginsburg's "Rathbun Lecture on a Meaningful Life," scheduled for Feb. 6, opened on Monday and will close at the end of Jan. 29. Students, faculty and staff with SUNet IDs are eligible for tickets.
Students raised their voices above the splatter of rain on Friday to protest Trump's inauguration.
This year's Full Moon on the Quad featured fewer kisses and more roses, harkening back to the rose-giving ceremonies of early Stanford Full Moons.
The Band has been suspended through spring 2017 and ordered to cease all on- and off-campus activity.
Anger, anxiety and fear were on the minds of students on Tuesday evening as TV entertainer and real estate mogul Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States in a stunning upset.
Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ), traditionally held on the first full moon of October, will instead take place winter quarter, possibly in an unfamiliar form.
During Wacky Walk this Sunday, graduating seniors are planning a protest in the wake of the Brock Turner sentencing decision.
Brock Turner's father read the letter in the courtroom prior to the sentencing decision.
The judge cited mitigating factors like lack of a prior criminal record, adverse 'collateral' damage, Turner's remorse, and the involvement of alcohol in his decision.
In a sentencing hearing on Thursday morning, Brock Turner was sentenced to six months in county jail followed by three years of formal probation.
Andre Iguodala, an NBA player for Golden State Warriors, joined Arianna Huffington, co-founder of the Huffington Post, and Emmanuel Mignot, director of the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine, in a discussion yesterday evening focusing on Huffington’s and Iguodala’s experiences with sleep deprivation and the importance of healthy sleep habits.
Endorsements received by the candidates for the 18th ASSU Undergraduate Senate and Executive.
On Monday, The Stanford Review announced a new ballot initiative that would require all students to seize the means of production from at least one factory owner or capital holder prior to graduation from the University.
In an organization-wide email sent to employees of Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE) this morning, SSE Board of Directors chairman Ateeq Suria Ph.D. '16 and ASSU President John-Lancaster Finley '16 announced the resignation of SSE CEO/Financial Manager Frederik Groce '14.
On Tuesday night, University administrators, including Provost John Etchemendy Ph.D. '82 and President John Hennessy, met with resident fellows (RFs) from across campus to discuss their thoughts on banning hard alcohol from Stanford residences.
The Board of Trustees announced today that Marc Tessier-Lavigne, current president of The Rockefeller University in New York and former faculty member, has been selected as the 11th president of Stanford University, effective Sept. 1.
The University has announced a new process for investigating and adjudicating sexual assault cases. The process, called the Stanford Student Title IX Investigation and Hearing Process, will replace the current Alternate Review Process. The pilot for the new process will begin on Feb. 1 and is expected to last until August 2018.
The Office of Undergraduate Admission reports that 81.1 percent of admitted undergraduates enrolled as students in the Class of 2019, up from 78.2 percent last year. The yield rate is the highest in Stanford history.
Filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow showed a short documentary to students Tuesday night and spoke about her career in filmmaking. Bigelow has directed films including “Zero Dark Thirty” and the Academy Award-winning “The Hurt Locker.”
Edward Snowden, former NSA infrastructure analyst turned whistleblower, on May 15 at Cubberley Auditorium to discuss the philosophical tensions of whistleblowing and government surveillance. The 2015 Symbolic Systems Distinguished Speaker, Snowden spoke via video conference from Moscow.
Tuesday evening, the Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) held an open discussion titled “The Honor Code in the 21st Century.” Dozens of students, faculty and staff members shared their perspectives on current issues involving the Honor Code.