A study, which followed more than 7,800 students in middle school, high school and college from 12 states, finds that students were easily deceived by sponsored content and fake accounts.
On Nov. 9, 2016 at 11:41 P.M. Stanford time, the Associated Press declared Donald Trump the winner of the presidential election. On campus, it was just over 45 degrees Fahrenheit, an unusually warm temperature for the time of year. Inside dorms, tears flowed, students continued checking Twitter and PHEs told their freshmen that their doors would be open…
Environmental policy could face setbacks under a climate-skeptic Trump administration, but it may be too early to call doom and gloom, according to a Stanford Law School panel.
The panel included four political experts on climate change who spoke on the potential ramifications of Trump’s presidency on environmental policies. The bipartisan panel contained members whose specialties spanned political and environmental science as well as law.
The Faculty Senate welcomed incoming provost Persis Drell this week and discussed the University’s response to the presidential election.
Smule founder Jeff Smith and his team uses music to predict a win for Hillary Clinton with 276 electoral votes.
Measure B will increase Caltrain capacity, ease highway congestion and improve bike and pedestrian safety.
David Kennedy, the Donald J. McLachlan Professor of History Emeritus at Stanford, gave a lecture last week on the history of the American presidency.
“Banning Muslims, Wooing Evangelicals, Claiming Faith: Religion and the 2016 Election” brought together five scholars from different universities.