Many Stanford lecture courses are well-taught, but too many fail to provide the quality of teaching and support we’d hope for from institution so blessed with resources and talent.
Ahh, senior spring — when everyone’s weekend calendars are packed with darties, formals, boat trips, special Ds, Crepe Night. The sudden influx of social activity, especially compared with winter quarter, contributes the most to the joyful memories of spring quarter, almost as much as the reemergence of sun. Seniors continue to meet fresh faces at…
Stanford’s lack of openness on an issue that matters to so many community members is concerning, and the challenges we encountered in writing a piece about funding reflect a bigger issue at Stanford.
On Monday, Stanford Politics published a story questioning The Daily’s print circulation — and our content. As a newspaper, we welcome feedback from our readers and are committed to responsiveness and transparency in keeping with our journalistic mission. However, we found several of the claims made by the article disturbing upon reflection — not because they disparaged our paper, but because they misled readers. Here, we respond to the claims we found most problematic.
Each spring, The Daily’s Editorial Board interviews and endorses candidates for ASSU Undergraduate Senate and Executive. Here are the students who we believe most deserve your vote.
The decision not to adopt a certain idea or to cut it back to a smaller scale becomes a moral position. The Stanford public should scrutinize the process of selection and implementation as not just a medley of initiatives but an action-backed expression of who and what matters to the University.
The motif of Stanford’s “second class citizens” popped up throughout the white papers created for Stanford’s long-range planning process. Groups like postdocs, staff and non-tenure-line educators receive less resources and attention than students — this needs to change.
How will Stanford’s leadership prioritize these papers’ ideas and concerns given that many of them clash and that all of them cannot be addressed at once? Our feedback is crucial here.