Maybe the fault of our education lies with us—students who are too timid and self-conscious to ask a question—or maybe it lies with the larger structure of the faculty, but we should pause for reflection on the tremendous effort it sometimes takes in raising our hand and ask why so many questions go unasked in the classroom.
Five or 10 years from now, how will you remember Kevin Hogan?
The No. 3 Stanford field hockey team (14-1, 2-0 NorPac West) looks to continue its win streak on Friday in Stockton, California against the Pacific Tigers. Coming back to California for the final three home games of the season, the Cardinal hope to maintain a high level of play before the postseason. Stanford earned a…
Stanford football released its 2015-16 schedule on Tuesday evening, revealing a tremendous slate that includes seven compelling home matchups and intriguing non-conference opponents that promise to make the new year interesting for Cardinal fans.
Missing out on the NCAA Tournament always stings — but especially so if a team has been on the cusp of the top 10 for the entire season and it has had a good season until a tough loss in the NorPac Championship. That’s the position that Stanford field hockey found itself in at the…
Last week, Stanford runner and Daily sports editor Cameron Miller wrote that collegiate athletes are being “used by an unjust NCAA system,” adding his voice to the growing clamor that NCAA administrators are stuffing their pockets while student-athletes remain unable to profit in the increasingly lucrative world of college sports.
As constituted, the NCAA’s business model allows its administrators to rake in millions of dollars in annual compensation while the athletes get nothing. Zero. Zilch. Nada.
Stanford’s policy debate team turned some heads at the 67th National Debate Tournament (NDT) as a freshman-sophomore team led by a new full-time policy coach entered the elimination rounds as the 22nd best team in the country.