The College Board plans to roll out a new “adversity score” component of SAT results, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
At the last meeting of the 20th Undergraduate Senate, senators unanimously passed a bill certifying election results for the next term, continued discussion of a bill regarding the Associated Students of Stanford University’s (ASSU) role in free speech and passed a resolution standing in solidarity with the victims of police brutality on Yale’s campus.
Dr. John Morton will be leaving his position as Chief of Bariatric and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Stanford in July to assume a position as Vice Chair for Quality at Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Surgery.
Four Stanford affiliates, along with 11 Bay Area parents, have been charged for their participation in a national college admissions cheating scandal.
No. 4 Stanford women’s squash (9-5) placed third in the Howe Cup from Friday to Sunday at the College Squash Association (CSA) National Championships, winning its opener against No. 5 Yale (10-5) 5-4, falling to No. 1 Harvard (12-0) 9-0 and securing its best finish in program history with a 5-4 win over No. 2 Princeton (15-4) in the consolation game.
No. 4 Stanford women’s squash (6-4) travels to Hartford, CT, today to face off against No. 5 Yale (10-4) in their first match of the College Squash Association (CSA) National Championships.
As part of Stanford’s ongoing Long-Range Planning process, the ResX Task Force has been working to develop a series of recommendations for improving residential life that will be presented to Provost Persis Drell at the end of fall quarter.
Stanford Review articles condemning efforts to advance diversity on campus — published over 20 years ago — came back to haunt author and former Review editor Ryan Bounds ’95 this week when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell withdrew his judicial nomination to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.