In a message to the campus community, President Marc Tessier-Lavigne addresses the trial of Derek Chauvin as well as persistent racial injustice committed against people of color in the United States. He notes the work that Stanford is doing to address equity and inclusion issues on campus and spotlights resources available following the Chauvin verdict.
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The Cardinal captured its second consecutive men's gymnastics national title on Saturday in Minneapolis, the seventh in the program's history.
Stanford won the USA Artistic Swimming Collegiate National title on Saturday afternoon, it's ninth championship in the program's history.
Stanford trustees received briefings on such university initiatives as the new school for climate and sustainability and undergraduate education enhancements, as well as pandemic progress and campus activities.
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University-sponsored travel is restricted. Employees arriving from travel of more than 150 miles away from Santa Clara County or San Mateo County can return to the Stanford main campus or Stanford Redwood City campus after receiving a negative COVID-19 test 5 or more days after their arrival back (or after 10 days without a COVID-19 test).
Health Check to self-report health status is required on a daily basis for students on campus and for employees and postdocs working in-person at a Stanford facility.