A few months ago, researchers at Stanford Medical School’s Center for Clinical Immunology made a shocking announcement:...
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A makeshift bonfire broke out in the Main Quad on Saturday night as Stanford students celebrated the election of Senator Kelsei Wharton as the first African-American vice president of Stanford University. Red plastic cups were thrust high into the air as students celebrated the landslide victory of the man who […]Read more ›
STANFORD–Last week, the Stanford women’s basketball team took on the UConn Huskies in a tough NCAA championship match. Although the women’s team came out with a loss, many die hard fans reported that it looked great on the iPad. “It was hard watching Jayne Appel miss all those shots, but […]Read more ›
The ASSU elections are over, and though dozens of candidates moved across campus spreading their ideas of a sustainable, tolerant and united Stanford, we think they missed many of the most important problems facing students today. We would like to take this opportunity to highlight some of these issues so […]Read more ›