While walking to CS 106B office hours last week, I ran into a friend who was biking to the library. Intellectual, engaged ...
TreeHacks 2024, the 10th edition of Stanford’s self-identified “premier” hackathon, brought together innovators from across ...
With the NCAA tournament soon approaching, No. 4 Stanford women’s basketball (24-4, 13-3 Pac-12) will make its 36th ...
Theater Lab's production of "Ghost Quartet" wove together different stories, themes and contexts, Kearns writes.
The Stanford women’s squash team did not win a single match during the 2021-22 season. Now, coming off their first conference ...
This article contains incidents that were reported on campus from Feb. 21 to Feb. 26, as recorded by the Stanford University Department of Public Safety bulletin.
Lately, I have been feeling like a Sally Rooney character: a little lost, a little gloomy, a little unsure about the decisions I have been making. So, I went to the Anderson Collection on a Saturday ...
Amid growing national polarization and a slew of intense court battles, a Stanford legal scholar is bringing journalists to campus to teach law students how to become better storytellers. Michelle ...
Post-pandemic community rebuilding efforts inspired classes that aim to draw more students into the doors of humanities.
Few students visit the historic horse barn on the far side of GovCo. But a family weekend event drew nearly 200 students as ...
The University and Stanford police praised the bag checker's swift response. To prevent future attempts, TSA agents will soon ...
Following recent decisions from peer institutions, like Yale and Dartmouth, to reinstate the standardized testing requirement ...