The Bechtel International Center’s screenings of the 2018 Russia FIFA World Cup draws community members from around the world interested in soccer to support a wide range of teams.
Come Dec. 16, finals week ends, dining halls close, students’ ID cards no longer unlock the dorms, heating and lights go off and thousands of students return home, wherever that may be. But what about the few students who don’t?
A benefit concert to help refugees, organized by the Muslim Student Union, raised over $1,500 dollars on Saturday evening.
In the wake of the Trump administration’s new executive order on immigration, Stanford is reminding all community members to register their international travel plans with the University so that the school can contact them if needed over spring break.
In the aftermath of Trump’s executive order to suspend entry from seven countries, international students suddenly face indefinite separation from their families, the potential loss of their degrees and careers they had secured after graduation.
John Pearson, the Director of the Bechtel International Center, and Kelly Wright, the Director of Payroll, sent an email last Tuesday updating international students who have been impacted by an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) error involving tax returns. The errors, which have led to decreased tax refunds and temporarily frozen assets, originate within the IRS and not Stanford, and the error has also occurred at other institutions across the nation.
Freshman blues are an integral part of the Stanford college experience. From homesickness to culture shock, these feelings vary across a wide spectrum, and it is often hard to find an optimal way of dealing with them.
For the first time, the Stanford International Undergraduate Community (IUC) will offer special excursions for students staying on campus over Thanksgiving Recess.