Santa Clara County’s Department of Public Health issued a warning of possible measles exposure following a visit by an infected international traveler between March 16 and 23.
Nearly 50 percent of the Institution’s collections will need to be shifted both within Hoover and to offsite storage as a result of construction, according to the deputy director of the Hoover Institution.
At first glance, the new photography exhibit at the Herbert Hoover Memorial Exhibit Pavilion seems simple. White space is used consistently throughout the exhibit, the empty walls displaying only a few black and white photographs each. Two short films are projected in a makeshift theater tucked away in the corners of the Pavilion, and four wooden tables in the center of the room display photographs, letters, books, music scores and newspaper clippings, all dating back to the Vietnam War era.
This simplicity is the true beauty of the exhibit “We Shot the War: ‘Overseas Weekly’ in Vietnam.” The phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” seems to be the central focus of this exhibit, each brutally human photograph speaking for itself. While walking through the exhibit, one can see that these pictures do not aim to show the violence of the war, but rather to highlight the lives of soldiers and citizens alike.
A coalition of campus groups across disciplines is putting on Contemplation by Design Week from Nov. 4 to Nov. 12. The week includes events ranging from lectures to labyrinth walks to bell concerts, and all events are open to all University faculty, students and staff.
Anita here, and I’m going deep into what we all think about, what some (and the list is shorter than you think) of us do and what not enough of us talk about. Let’s go all the way down and get our hands (and maybe more) dirty. After all, we are on the Farm. Maybe you’re…
In celebration of Autism Awareness Day, Autism Speaks U Stanford hosted a series of events throughout the day Thursday to allow the student body to show support for individuals around the world affected by autism and their families.
Timothy Zerlang D.M.A. ’89 is a lecturer in the Stanford Music Department and the current University carillonneur, the official player of Hoover Tower’s carillon bells. The Daily sat down with Zerlang to reflect on his over 10 years of experience with the Hoover Tower bells.
This week, one of my friends pulled two all-nighters and didn’t sleep for two days. It shouldn’t be a badge of honor that our students are so overcommitted that when they don’t have enough time to go to bed it’s considered normal, and there’s almost a pride that comes with not sleeping enough. Now that…