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Oct 29 2018
On October 29th the New York Times published an article regarding a possibility that the federal definition of gender will be limited to a biological, immutable condition established at birth. This possibility has left many at Stanford — especially those in our transgender, intersex and ally...
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Oct 4 2018
In the wake of testimony by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh, we want to take a moment to share information about support resources available at Stanford for members of our community. We have received considerable feedback from our community, across political affiliations and...
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Oct 3 2018
Metzgar was previously associate registrar at the University of California, Berkeley and has also worked in student services at Columbia University. She came to Stanford in May. The Stanford Daily (TSD): What are some of your main priorities as Associate Vice Provost for Student and Academic...
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Sep 28 2018
Bina Patel is in her first year as the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) director. The Daily reached out to Patel via email regarding her goals as director, including implementing new CAPS programs and increasing outreach to students...
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Jul 25 2018
Threats of physical violence have absolutely no place in the Stanford community. As we have discussed many times within our campus community, the mission of a university depends on the open exchange of ideas and the sharing of divergent viewpoints, including on controversial issues. At the same...