Tonight in Avery Aquatics Center, No. 2 Stanford women’s water polo (10-1) looks to bounce back from a tough loss against No. 1 University of Southern California (17-0) with a win over Santa Clara University (4-7).
Last weekend, students competed in the first-ever Fall Game Jam, a hackathon where participants had 36 hours to develop a game.
Here’s the question on everyone’s mind: what to eat tonight? Enter Dishful, a startup recently founded by Stanford and University of Southern California alums, that is introducing a novel concept to eating healthful, homemade meals, delivered to your door.
Nutritional information about Stanford’s dining halls is partially available online- but the extent to what it is available is partly similar, partly different when compared to peer universities.
Although in recent years Stanford has attempted to increase its visibility in the arts by erecting several new state-of-the-art buildings for the arts, including Bing Concert Hall and the Anderson Collection, resources are still lacking at the student level, from the limited storage space in the Visual Arts Department to the scarcity of practice space for…
The Bing Stanford in Washington Program (SIW) will offer a new track focused on visual arts, arts administration and theater and performance starting in winter quarter of 2014.
Stanford University spent $420,000 on lobbying in 2011, according to the quarterly lobbying reports filed by Larry Horton ’62 ’66 M.A., director of government and community relations at Stanford.
Elections Commissioner Adam Adler ’12 submitted a bill titled, “A Bill to Encourage People to Do What They Should Already Be Doing” at the 13th meeting of the ASSU Undergraduate Senate Tuesday evening. Adler, whose presence dominated the meeting as long discussions arose surrounding several bills he presented, sought to “admonish” ASSU Executive President Michael…