While the April event proved popular, students criticized Stanford administrators’ framing of the issues discussed, as well as the fact that three of the administrators left the event half an hour early due to time constraints.
Two weeks after sighting of a noose on campus sparked campus controversy, Stanford Public Safety believe that the 3-foot long rope, recognized as a hate symbol, may have been on campus for months.
Faculty and community members are gearing up for the next installment of the clash over Stanford University Press.
To learn more about Stanford’s endowment, The Daily interviewed Robert Wallace, chief executive officer of the Stanford Management Company (SMC), which is responsible for managing the $28.7 billion dollar Merged Pool, the principal fund for investing the endowment.
An international engineering student lives in a van to avoid high housing prices. Part two in The Daily’s graduate student affordability series.
Last week, Provost Persis Drell announced Stacey Bent Ph.D. ’92 will assume the role of vice provost for graduate education and postdoctoral affairs on Sept. 1.
In an email to faculty members, Provost Drell announced that up to $1.7 million dollar funds would be made available to the Stanford University Press in fiscal year 2020. Her message followed outcry from Stanford faculty members and affiliates, after Drell’s announcement at Friday’s Faculty Senate meeting that a funding application from the Press had been rejected.
Stanford University Press, the oldest press in the western United States, has been denied its request for annual funding for the next five years.