The personal information of 341 freshmen was publicly accessible for more than one month on incoming sophomore class president Brian Chan’s ’21 personal GitHub account.
Stanford’s Office of Community Standards’ annual case reports demonstrate a steady increase in the number of Honor Code violations in computer science (CS) each year.
However, the enrollment in CS classes has also risen significantly over the last five years. In the 2013-14 academic year, over 1,500 students took CS 106A: Programming Methodology, the first course of the introductory programming series in the CS department, and computer science has grown into the largest major on campus.
With the buzz on campus about the amount of money that voluntary student organizations (VSOs) receive from students through the special fees process, Paul Benigeri ’15 has a simple solution—a computer script allowing students to opt out of the special fees process.
Mark Zuckerberg and a number of prominent Silicon Valley figures discussed their experiences with founding and growing startup companies at Startup School 2012.
Class2Go, a new massive online open course (MOOC) platform developed by a Stanford team, is joining the more established Coursera and Udacity platforms to offer a total of 16 courses this fall.