Stanford biochemistry professor emeritus and Nobel Prize recipient Paul Berg joined 17 of the world’s leading scientists and bioethicists on Wednesday in a call for a global moratorium on genetically modified babies.
On the second day of his campus visit, Alvarado addressed a packed room at the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center, where he discussed his plan to decarbonize Costa Rica by 2050, making the country effectively 100 percent reliant on renewable energy sources.
University says class-action suit is “without merit”
Six plaintiffs joined Kalea Woods ’20 in the class action lawsuit filed against Stanford and seven other universities implicated in the college admissions bribery scandal in an amended complaint filed hours after the original suit.
Erica Olsen ’21 will be dropping out of the suit, lawyer John Medler told The Daily on Thursday morning.
Two Stanford juniors have filed a federal class action lawsuit against Stanford and seven other universities implicated in the admissions bribery scandal.
The crisis extends into the ways counseling and psychological services are provided at the University and into the intrinsic nature of graduate education.
Miscommunication and confusion have characterized the staff selection process this year, largely as a result of the new changes, students say.