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Photo of Patricia Gumport speaking to the Stanford Faculty Senate
Apr 13 2018
The Faculty Senate voted April 12 to allow individual Stanford schools to decide whether they will require scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) for graduate admission, replacing a university-wide requirement with school-by-school discretion.
Apr 13 2018
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation has named Jack Andraka, a Stanford junior majoring in anthropology and in electrical engineering, as a 2018 Truman Scholar.
Sarah Newton cuts Tyvek material to begin to create a bag for one of the costumes in Green Library.
Apr 12 2018
In a small, climate-controlled room in the basement of Green Library, Stanford University Archives has created a nature preserve for the Stanford Trees that once skipped, twirled and leapt to the beat of the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band.
Jaylen Jasper
Apr 12 2018
Stanford Men's Volleyball freshman Jaylen Jasper thought he lost a brother. Instead, he found a family.
Apr 11 2018
Johanna Metzgar, who is currently associate registrar at the University of California, Berkeley, brings more than 20 years of experience in student services at Cal as well as Columbia University.

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