Category: News

  • College Senate wrestles with points in residential and social life

    The College Senate tackled an absence of scholar engagement with neighborhood system at its first assembly of the tutorial 12 months on Thursday. College management acknowledged scholar criticism of the neighborhood system and shared plans for enchancment. It was the Senate’s first assembly following transitions in College management. Interim President Richard Saller and Provost Jenny…

  • Sizzling breakfast disappears at choose eating halls

    This fall, college students have been in for a shock when breakfast choices at choose eating halls resembled the notorious continental breakfasts of Vacation Inns and Sheratons, reasonably than the recent choices marketed in R&DE’s shiny eating brochures.  Three out of the eight eating halls on campus — Ricker, Casper and FloMo — at the…

  • ‘Why cope with somebody who can’t be trusted?’: Stanford political specialists on the autumn of Kevin McCarthy

    Kevin McCarthy (R-CA-20) was ousted as speaker of the U.S. Home of Representatives in a historic Tuesday vote, a transfer that Stanford political specialists fear will additional destabilize the Republican social gathering and negatively affect bipartisanship. McCarthy’s fast fall after years of Home Republican management reveal Washington’s deteriorating capacity to control the nation, specialists stated.…

  • Q&A: Zhenan Bao develops digital pores and skin

    Analysis led by Zhenan Bao – Okay.Okay. Lee Professor of Chemical Engineering and, by courtesy, Professor of Chemistry and Supplies Science and Engineering – was printed in Science in Could 2023 for ground-breaking growth of self-healing digital pores and skin. Bao’s analysis group’s e-skin makes use of smooth, skinny and versatile built-in circuits to transform…

  • Police Blotter: Tried theft, assault and vandalism

    This report covers a number of incidents from Sept. 27 to Oct. 2 as recorded within the Stanford College Division of Public Security (SUDPS) bulletin. Study extra in regards to the Clery Act and the way The Day by day approaches reporting on crime and security right here. Wednesday, Sept. 27 Petty theft of a…

  • GSC selects two new members to interchange expelled councilors

    After the expulsion of two councilors for non-attendance in conferences, the Graduate Pupil Council (GSC) chosen third-year earth system science Ph.D. scholar June Choi and sustainable design and building grasp’s scholar Leon de Souza to interchange them. Choi and de Souza will serve within the 2023-24 GSC time period, which ends in June 2024. They…

  • ‘Deeply devastating’: College students denounce Supreme Courtroom affirmative motion ban

    College students expressed fears over the way forward for variety and inclusivity at Stanford, in mild of the Supreme Courtroom’s resolution to strike down affirmative motion.  The Supreme Courtroom’s (SCOTUS) June ruling towards the consideration of race inside school admissions elicited impassioned reactions from Stanford’s neighborhood pupil teams, who fearful in regards to the potential…

  • SoCo Highlight: Sophomores set sail in Monterey Bay

    Like navigating the ocean, piloting a three-week Sophomore Faculty (SoCo) class centered round engaged on a ship could be unpredictable and tumultuous. Ample alternative exists for plans to alter — particularly when the ship just isn’t there. The Western Flyer, a historic ship famed to be used by John Steinbeck within the Nineteen Forties, was…

  • SLS college students bridge the hole between the classroom and prisons

    As mass incarceration charges stay a prevalent problem in the USA, Stanford graduate college packages are working to cut back jail populations in California by legislative reform and reentry providers. The U.S. jail inhabitants began to develop throughout the Seventies, and exploded the next decade when the Reagan administration undertook a “struggle on medicine” that…

  • Stanford athletes compete in World College Video games

    Six Stanford college students competed within the 2023 FISU World College Video games in Chengdu, China this summer time — the primary time the video games had been hosted because the begin of the COVID-19 pandemic. Alex Lee ’22 M.S. ’23, Marisol Torro ’24, Amy Tang ’25, Judy Liu ’26, Zhier Fan ’26 and Hayden…