As an undecided major, it’s hard trying to figure out what you want to study and what options that leaves you with after graduation.
Discussing both her time at Stanford and her recent book “Drift,” Rachel Maddow told a packed Memorial Auditorium that “my Stanford advice is to…get good at making good arguments…There will be a role in your life for assessing facts well and putting them in a structure that makes sense.”
The Faculty Senate heard reports on the University’s athletics program and the review process for undergraduate majors at its Thursday meeting.
While massive open online course (MOOC) platforms such as Coursera and Udacity continue to gain traction in the world of online learning, outdated platforms such as iTunes U are still attracting millions of remote learners interested in Stanford courses. According to Brent Izutsu, Stanford’s director of digital media, over 1.35 million people have subscribed to…
Every Tuesday night leading up to the Nov. 6 presidential election, Cemex Auditorium was packed with a mixed student population of undergraduate, graduate and continuing studies students.
On the heels of a presidential debate dominated by discussion of the economy, Nobel Laureate and Professor Emeritus Kenneth Arrow discussed the pertinent economic issues of the day with the Professor of Economics John Taylor, Ph.D. ’73.
Political science and communication departments offer courses focused on 2012 Presidential race.
A compilation of some of the most interesting and entertaining Twitter feeds from the Farm.