Campus Life

Stanford is building for the future

The construction activity around campus is part of the university’s efforts to add on-campus housing and provide academic facilities that foster better research and learning outcomes.  

Thousands gather for Reunion Homecoming 2018

Over 7,000 alumni, along with their family and friends from around the world, gathered on the Farm for Reunion Homecoming. The Oct. 25-28 festivities featured events such as Classes Without Quizzes, tours of campus facilities, Dinner on the Quad and a variety of talks and presentations.

Stanford encourages campus community to enjoy the ‘power of the pause’

The 2018 Contemplation by Design Summit, which will include guided meditations, a carillon concert, faculty lectures, campus contemplative walks and the creation of a sand mandala by Buddhist monks, will take place Oct. 30 through Nov. 8. All sessions are free. Registration is required.

Stanford alumni to celebrate 2018 Reunion Homecoming

Alumni are arriving from every state in the union and from 19 other countries for Reunion Homecoming, which includes class parties, class panels, Classes Without Quizzes, tours, open houses and tailgate parties for the Stanford vs. Washington State University football game.

At Stanford, Alex Stamos discusses online security, safety

During a lecture Tuesday evening, Alex Stamos, a Stanford researcher and a former chief security officer at Facebook, encouraged technology companies, researchers and the government to work together to solve cybersecurity issues.