Students convened this past Friday at Meyer Library to use digital technologies in the study of medieval texts and fragments, in the inaugural meeting of the University’s Medieval Manuscripts Club.
A 23-foot tall sculpture by Mark di Suvero has been moved across campus in recent weeks and is now almost completely installed in its new home.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate passed a bill Tuesday night that could alter the makeup of the Senate in the future, as it decided to reserve three Senate seats for upperclassmen.
In the week leading up to the annual football rivalry game between Stanford and Cal, campus takes on a spirited atmosphere with red fountains, “Beat Cal” banners decorating the sides of Meyer Library and the train whistle in White Plaza providing an hourly reminder that Big Game is coming. The organization responsible for carrying out…
This year marks the 12th birthday of the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band’s (LSJUMB) mascot: the Tree. After a week of treehouse building and naked guitar strumming, computer science major Calvin Studebaker ’15 beat out two other competitors to become Stanford’s next Tree, a role he has embraced with gusto since taking the reins from Nicoletta von Heidegger ’13 in February. The Daily sat down with Studebaker to get the scoop on his Tree Week tryouts, as well as what he hopes to bring to the table come football season next fall.
Starting this summer, the rooftop catwalks of Florence Moore Hall (FloMo) will be removed in a change that has prompted protest from some current residents.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Feb. 8 through Feb. 11 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety bulletin.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Jan. 30 through Feb. 4 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety bulletin.