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Anonymous discussion platform Librex expands to Stanford, moderators aim for decency and respect

Stanford Daily 20 Apr 2021
Librex, a fully anonymous discussion platform tailored to college communities, opened to Stanford students on March 25 after launching at all eight Ivy League universities and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ... Librex joins a number of campus conversation forums already used by Stanford students.
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ASES assembles student entrepreneurs, tech leaders from across the globe for 23rd-annual Entrepreneurship Summit

Stanford Daily 20 Apr 2021
Randolph, along with 17 other guest speakers, headlined Stanford’s Asia-Pacific Student Entrepreneurship Society (ASES) 23rd Global Entrepreneurship Summit last weekend ... While only a couple dozen international students were invited to Stanford’s campus for the ordinarily in-person summit in previous years, this year was different ... .
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[copy nw] ASES assembles student entrepreneurs, tech leaders from across the globe for 23rd-annual Entrepreneurship Summit

Stanford Daily 20 Apr 2021
Randolph, along with 17 other guest speakers, headlined Stanford’s Asia-Pacific Student Entrepreneurship Society (ASES) 23rd Global Entrepreneurship Summit last weekend ... While only a couple dozen international students were invited to Stanford’s campus for the ordinarily in-person summit in previous years, this year was different ... .
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All off-campus Stanford-funded internships must be virtual

Stanford Daily 19 Apr 2021
All Stanford-funded summer quarter opportunities that take place off-campus must be conducted virtually, according to University spokespeople ... A remote ELO is conducted in a location other than Stanford’s campus ... about summer quarter Flex Term, ELOs and available campus housing.
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Letter to the Community: The spring ASSU survey

Stanford Daily 19 Apr 2021
... confidence (6/10) in their knowledge of the Campus Compact, Stanford COVID-19 Guidelines, Santa Clara County Guidelines, Stanford Campus COVID-19 Testing Protocols, Stanford Health Check and Households, and a similar confidence level (5/10) for familiarity with Campus Safe Zones.
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Students champion investment in police alternatives for campus safety

Stanford Daily 19 Apr 2021
On campus, the fight for police abolition has been led by Abolish Stanford, a student group that advocates for the removal of police and demands alternatives for bolstering student safety ... When advocating for police abolition, many students noted that policing on campus has disproportionately impacted people of color, especially Black students.
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Op-Ed: Ivy League schools are the Kardashians of higher ed. Don’t fixate on their admission rates

The Los Angeles Times 19 Apr 2021
More Coverage California community college enrollment plummets, putting some campuses at risk ... Nor is it to add additional campuses. I can think of few worse ways to spend a billion or so dollars than to build another Stanford campus so that the admit rate can go from 4% to 8%.
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Editorial Board: Stanford needs to better serve the disability community

Stanford Daily 16 Apr 2021
Ria Calcagno ’22 and Tilly Griffiths ’22, co-presidents of Stanford Disability Alliance who spoke to the Editorial Board about these issues, emphasized these as among the many concerns impacting the disability community on campus.
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IDEAL fellows eager to engage, inspire undergraduates in race and ethnicity studies

Stanford Daily 16 Apr 2021
As an undergraduate student, Kelly Nguyen ’12 was an active member of the Stanford community, participating in research and Asian-American activism on campus ... “What this program does is bring very talented people who are just beginning to launch their careers to Stanford,” Snipp said.
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Stanford activists ‘Disturbed the War’ in the 1960s and 1970s

Stanford Daily 15 Apr 2021
I had read how the Stanford Provost, Frederick Emmons Terman, Jr., had pioneered the concept of a “Community of Technical Scholars,” combining campus brainpower with local industry to create what later became known as Silicon Valley ... By the time I arrived, the Stanford community ...
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Frosh Senate candidates face unprecedented election season

Stanford Daily 15 Apr 2021
However, unlike frosh Senate candidates in previous years, he has never set foot on Stanford’s campus ... After the University canceled plans for frosh to return to campus in the fall and winter, this election process has been yet another example of how the pandemic has defined — and confined — their Stanford experience thus far.
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AAAS newcomer Katie Dieter brings optimism amid fight for departmentalization

Stanford Daily 15 Apr 2021
She added that she is looking forward to the day she can step onto Stanford’s campus and meet her colleagues and students in person ... Dieter’s presence in AAAS at Stanford has contributed to AAAS’ continued presence as a central place on campus for the Black community in addition ...
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Santa Clara County has opened up vaccine eligibility. Here’s what you need to know

Stanford Daily 14 Apr 2021
If you’re a student or a staff member living or working on or around campus, here’s what you need to know to get your shot ... Stanford Health Care also has a vaccination site on campus, but you’ll need to create a free MyHealth account to sign up ... Because of that, both Santa Clara County and Stanford Health are pausing distribution of the vaccine.
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[DE GR] AAAS newcomer Katie Dieter brings optimism amid the fight for departmentalization

Stanford Daily 14 Apr 2021
She added that she is looking forward to the day she can step onto Stanford’s campus and meet her colleagues and students in person ... Dieter’s presence in AAAS at Stanford has contributed to AAAS’ continued presence as a central place on campus for the Black community in addition ...
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Santa Clara County expands vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and older

Stanford Daily 14 Apr 2021
Stanford is still evaluating whether there will be COVID-19 vaccination mandates for those planning to live on campus “once vaccines are fully and easily available to all,” wrote University spokesperson E.J ... On Tuesday, Stanford Health Care opened vaccine appointments to those 16 and older.
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