Whether in the form of writing, painting, sculpture or performance, art covers a wide variety of disciplines that all act as a vessel of expression. For many undergraduate students at Stanford, these forms of expression are of the utmost importance. Take Ena Alvarado ’18, for example — an English major originally from Venezuela, Alvarado has…
The first fellows, Adam Verhasselt, Amanda Donohue-Hansen and Taylor Seabaugh share their past experiences in the region and what the fellowship means to them.
Class of 2017 alumna Alina Utrata left behind more than the memories of four years of college upon graduation; she also left a Facebook following of over 9,000 people on her page “Things Overheard at Stanford.”
This year's Bank of the West Classic hosted at Stanford features five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova, who returns for her first U.S. tournament since before testing positive for drug use at the 2016 Australia Open.
The research findings on music information by Stanford’s Music Engagement Research Initiative (MERI) were presented at this year's Music and the Brain symposium. The symposium brought together music research and experimentation, looking at ways that engagement measurements can inform the future of music.
Bikini Atoll, the site of 23 nuclear tests from 1946 to 1958, may now also be known as the place of the discovery of new insights into how other species prevent cancer.
This autumn quarter, Yale Greenberg World Fellow Sughra Ahmed will join the Stanford community as an associate dean for religious life. Ahmed is also the former chair of the Islamic Society of Britain and the winner of the Noor Inayat Khan memorial award for Woman of the Year in 2014 during the British Muslim Awards.…
In this edition of Glam Grads, The Daily talked with musicology Ph.D. candidate Nathaniel Sloan who is also a Geballe Dissertation Fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center. We asked him about writing for musicals and films, producing a music podcast and teaching music.
In ARTHIST 158S: “From Iconography to Instagram,” students learn how art and history have progressed together, as well as how to analyze and interpret an image. Taught by Michael Metzger, a Ph.D. candidate in Art and Art History, the class explores various icons and art movements from the 16th century to the present day, with a strong emphasis on student involvement.
The Stanford Cancer Institute (SCI) received recognition as a “comprehensive cancer center,” the highest cancer center designation, on July 1. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) awards this designation to cancer centers with excellent research, as well as connection and interaction across research areas, according to SCI director and professor in medicine Beverly Mitchell.
Shards of a Chinese vase, a stone mortar and pestle and a brass phoenix button: These artifacts and many more are currently on display in the exhibit “Before Stanford: Founding Communities, Present Pasts,” a collection of artifacts from the Stanford University Archaeology Collections curated by students.