Naomi Novik’s novel “Spinning Silver,” published in 2018, is a spiritual sister (though not a sequel) to her much-lauded “Uprooted” (2016), and just as compellingly explores Eastern European folklore with her own refreshing twists.
Venture capital (VC) funds led by accomplished black individuals are viewed less favorably by investors than similarly accomplished white-led firms, according to a study led by psychology professor Jennifer Eberhardt.
In determining what helps Stanford stand out, the researchers found that approximately 53% of Stanford students major in a STEM field, yielding some of the highest average salaries among graduates. Furthermore, Stanford offers generous financial aid of up to 112% of a household’s yearly income for lower income brackets.
With more than 40,000 people already on its waitlist, the new financial technology (fintech) startup Nillify, created by Tucker Haas ’19 and Neel Yerneni ’19 M.S. ’19, aims to create secure financial backup plans by using unique artificial intelligence to analyze users’ transaction data.
Economics professor Luigi Pistaferri shared with The Daily his thoughts on some 2020 Democrats’ proposals.
The app received overwhelming acclaim upon release. Afterward, the team decided to submit the idea to the national Hacking4Defense competition in San Francisco, where they beat out stiff competition from over 200 other groups to advance to the final round.
The motion follows Provost Persis Drell’s decision in April to appoint a separate ad hoc committee exploring SU Press’ finances.
Before I kiss goodbye my thus far cultivated neutrality as a Grind writer, I want to insert a couple disclaimers: I’m not against social justice campaigns. Disagreeing with me is obviously okay! Many probably will. There are a handful of companies that are doing things really well. But the heart of the matter is that:…