The demonstrators held ceremonies, performing Native Hawaiian songs and chants that honored ancestors and indigenous land, including “Ku Kiai Mauna,” or “protect the mountain,” and “Aloha aina” — “love the land.”
The Daily sat down with five Stanford students who applied to both American and British universities to get their perspectives on the differences in admissions processes between the two systems.
The Wednesday event at NVIDIA Auditorium introduced the campus to one of the first women to earn a doctorate in the field of computer science and who later went on to win awards for her pioneering work in designing programming languages..
Besides endorsing Democratic presidential nominee Senator Elizabeth Warren for President, Cardinal for Warren canvasses, phonebanks and talks to locals at the Palo Alto Farmers Market every week.
While Miller’s resolution constituted a large component of the meeting, the Council also considered concerns about the Students’ Outdoor Center and the future of food insecure students.
14.2% of respondents reported experiencing at least one incident of nonconsensual sexual contact since entering Stanford, according to results from a campus climate survey on sexual violence released Tuesday.
Board of Trustees Chair Jeff Raikes ’80 relayed the University’s commitment to affirming international collaboration in research and provided an update on the Board’s review of Fossil Free Stanford’s petition for divestment from large oil and gas corporations, in a Tuesday briefing on the Board’s first meeting of the year.
Members of the Native American community and their allies take part in the Indigenous Peoples’ Day vigil at White Plaza, watching student performances and hearing their stories.