An “art nerd” with her sights set on college, Hayden Shelden chose military service as the path to get there, and it changed her in ways she never imagined.
Stanford’s Office for Religious & Spiritual Life provides calendars and other resources to help ensure that students, staff, and faculty are able to celebrate holy days and avoid conflict with instruction and work responsibilities.
<em>STANFORD</em> magazine has been following seven members of the Class of ’24 since their frosh year, which was fully online. Here’s how things were going as they headed into junior year.
Stanford students learn about the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe and other indigenous communities through cultivating and caring for a native plants garden in a new teaching space near the Stanford Dish.
Effective Oct. 24. masks are no longer mandatory in classrooms or on the Marguerite shuttle. Individual instructors may require masks in classes. Masks continue to be required in health care facilities and strongly encouraged in crowded spaces.
Community members are encouraged to stay up to date on COVID immunizations, particularly the new bivalent booster.
Color and rapid testing remain available at these locations. Testing is strongly recommended when you experience symptoms, are concerned about possible exposure, or are returning to campus from travel.