After Kelly Catlin’s personal coach recommended a campus sports psychiatrist, Stanford barred Kelly from seeing this doctor, according to her father and the coach, because the doctor is contracted to work with varsity athletes, and Kelly did not compete on a Stanford team.
San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagestaff announced on March 1 that no criminal charges would be brought against the five San Mateo police officers involved in a fatal Taser encounter with 36-year-old Nigerian-American Chinedu Okobi, whose October death sparked protests and public outcry.
Catlin’s death comes less than two weeks after VeloNews published a journal she wrote on continuing her cycling career while pursuing a Stanford education.
An unnamed graduate student died on Thursday night, the University announced on Friday. The deceased master’s student in Computational and Mathematical Engineering was discovered in their dorm by their roommate.
A male graduate student and researcher was found dead in an Engineering Quad laboratory on Monday morning.
New York City Police are now on the search for a man wanted for questioning after Lyric McHenry ’14 was found dead on a Bronx sidewalk around 5:00 a.m. on Aug. 14.
Stanford psychology majors are collaborating with department faculty in research projects on topics including empathy’s role in the criminal justice system, cystic fibrosis and cross-cultural understanding of well-being.
I often wonder about the peculiar connections we make between love and pain: love as an agonizing sickness, love as an arrow-shaped wound, love as a torture of sorts. These two forces, though seemingly antithetical, feel inextricably linked. Stanford Theater Lab ties this link, between love and pain, together through an intimate and confrontational production…