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University’s vaccine mandate reasonable for fall reopening but obstacles remain, researchers say

Stanford Daily 11 May 2021
As Stanford plans to require COVID-19 vaccinations for students, faculty and staff on campus in the fall, public health and bioethics experts largely agree that the vaccine mandate is reasonable and necessary for a safe, gradual return to normalcy ... “Stanford has previously ...
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Stanford reports 4 new COVID cases

Stanford Daily 11 May 2021
Graduate students will now only be required to test once a week and testing for postdocs and faculty coming to campus will be voluntary ... Stanford also recently announced updates and further clarification on their policy that all faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars coming to campus this fall must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
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Stanford med affiliates launch mentorship program for underrepresented minorities

Stanford Daily 10 May 2021
Last summer, affiliates spoke out about the burden of the “minority tax” at Stanford Medicine, and championed diversity initiatives such the creation of the D-CORE, a physical space on campus for minority medical students to congregate and organize ... “Stanford has a lot of resources, but sometimes it’s hard to navigate all of them,” Perez said.
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Georgia baseball finds 3rd starter

Atlanta Journal 10 May 2021
ATHENS — Georgia baseball may have lost the series against No ... With the loss, Georgia falls to 28-18 (11-13) ... 10 Florida in Gainesville ... Tennis teams advance ... Coach Jeff Wallace’s women will face 14th-seeded Virginia on May 18 at the USTA National Campus. The last time the Bulldogs were there in 2019 they reached the finals before falling to Stanford.
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Georgia baseball finds 3rd starter, tennis teams headed to NCAA Championships

Atlanta Journal 10 May 2021
ATHENS – Georgia baseball may have lost the series against No ... With the loss, Georgia falls 28-18 (11-13) ... 10 Florida in Gainesville ... Tennis teams advance ... Coach Jeff Wallace’s women will face 14th-seeded Virginia on May 18 at the USTA National Campus. The last time the Bulldogs were there in 2019 they reached the finals before falling to Stanford ... ....
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Making up for lost time: Stanford teammates talk detours and silver linings ahead of NCAA postseason

Golf Week 09 May 2021
As if that weren’t bad enough, the fall semester of college golf at Stanford was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic ... “I’m supposed to be on campus ... Osteria is a frequent haunt for the Cardinal, a nice place to bring recruits on campus visits ... Ziwi Yang, known as “Emily,” was the only member of Stanford’s team who stayed on campus all of last year.
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Jon Jang composes bittersweet symphonies

San Francisco Examiner 09 May 2021
But Jang did not observe the campus to ... His practical and studio education at Oberlin would come to inform his work back in the Bay Area on anti-police brutality in Oakland and labor organizing at Stanford, representing the interests of the campus’s Black and Chicano workers.
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Who needs senior prom or the NCAA? Overtime Elite to pay top hoops prospects to play.

Finger Lakes Times 08 May 2021
Not the top-10 prospect who harbors dreams of playing in college and now has USC, Kansas and Stanford angling to bring him to campus in the fall of 2022 ... accepted, he came to represent the upcoming challenge for college coaches trying to woo the next one-and-done star to campus.
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‘Campus doesn’t feel so lonely now’: Four frosh reflect on their on-campus experience

Stanford Daily 07 May 2021
Instead, fall quarter took place within the confines of home, where computer cables cluttered childhood bedrooms and GroupMe became the new hub for Stanford social life, or in Airbnb rentals, scattered across the country ... To date, however, no student has been removed from the Stanford campus for Compact violations.
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‘An Ordinary Age’ insightfully reframes societal pressures felt by young adults

Stanford Daily 05 May 2021
Stanford is a busy campus ... We have all heard about the infamous Stanford duck syndrome where everyone looks at ease on the surface, but underneath is fighting to stay afloat. We feel uncertain about whether or not we are doing enough with our time here when we see other Stanford ...
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COLLEGE SPORTS ROUNDUP : McLaughlin named NCAA Coach of the Year

Santa Barbara News-Press 05 May 2021
Honor comes as UCSB advances to semifinals. It’s deja volleyball for UCSB, all over again ... And the results have been the same ... 3 spot in the national rankings. His four returning seniors also all made the All-America team ... final. TENNIS ... 28 Stanford in Friday’s first-round match at the Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center on the campus of Pepperdine in Malibu ... .
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Senior Spotlight: Tim Tawa

Stanford Daily 04 May 2021
Hailing from West Linn, Ore., Tim Tawa ’21 has had a distinguished Stanford career on the baseball diamond ... I don’t take for granted waking up every day and knowing that I go to Stanford or that I’m so lucky to get to do that — you know, when you’re biking around campus and there are bikes everywhere and stuff like that, just little things.
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Meet the people deciding Trump’s fate on Facebook

Politico 04 May 2021
Technology Meet the people deciding Trump’s fate on Facebook ... The so-called Facebook oversight board has been deliberating Trump’s case since January. ... Now a professor at Stanford, he has warned against the “growing intolerance” of different political views on college campuses — striking a position in another frontier in the ongoing culture wars ... .
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Op-Ed | Join the May 3 Day of Refusal

Stanford Daily 03 May 2021
This convergence and preceding oppressive conditions led to the formal creation of the Cops Off Campus Coalition in fall 2020. Drawing on long histories of liberatory movements, this coalition brings together over 60 abolitionist organizations and campaigns on university campuses across the United States and Canada ... an end to campus policing.
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Bay Area employers wait and see on mandatory COVID vaccines

SiliconValley.com 03 May 2021
Do they make their workers get COVID shots? ... “Employers are really struggling with it.” ... The California State University and University of California systems plan to require students, faculty and staff to be vaccinated before on-campus instruction begins this fall, and Stanford University will require vaccinations for students.
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