The project is planned to accommodate the local Redwood City community through street improvements, resource sustainability and reservation of public open spaces.
Project efforts have included updating the School of Medicine with new labs, replacing the Edwards, Lane, Alway and Grant buildings and reopening Welch Road as a two-way thoroughfare. The project also saw expansion of the Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital and renovation of the Hoover Pavilion healthcare building.
While the April event proved popular, students criticized Stanford administrators’ framing of the issues discussed, as well as the fact that three of the administrators left the event half an hour early due to time constraints.
Though Green now stands as the unquestioned centerpiece of the Stanford Libraries system, it didn’t start that way. Other Stanford libraries have come and gone with time, but their history — along with Jane Stanford’s vision for a “grand library”— is integral to what Green has become.
The adversity score — designed to contextualize applicants’ SAT scores with their socioeconomic backgrounds — has been criticized as inconsistent, and is now part of a broader debate about the merits of the SAT and standardized testing as a whole.
Christian Guilleminaut began his Stanford career as a visiting assistant professor in 1972 and after a short time became the associate director of Stanford’s Sleep Disorder Clinic.
While the Provost’s committee has been busy gathering data and conducting interviews to suggest a new financial structure for the Press, the Faculty Senate committee — set to report on the academic role of the Press — remains unformed nearly two months after its approval.