Tag: starts

  • This Week In Sports: Basketball starts solid, cross-country sweeps NCAA Regionals

    Welcome to “This Week in Sports.” We are Kenneth King and Charis Charitsis from The Daily’s sports section, and we will be walking you through the major games, events and stories from the past week. Men’s basketball Stanford (2-0, 0-0 Pac-12) started the season strongly. Last Monday, men’s basketball picked up its 13th consecutive season…

  • Stanford starts Alston payments this academic year

    Stanford will initiate NCAA v. Alston-related payments to student-athletes during the 2023-24 school year, wrote Executive Associate Athletics Director Carter Henderson in a statement to The Daily. Henderson wrote that while the guidelines for the payments are still being determined, the University intends to distribute awards permissible by the Alston case to student-athletes on scholarships. …

  • Slow starts cost men’s soccer over weekend

    This weekend, No. 19 Stanford men’s soccer (8-3-5, 2-2-5 Pac-12) competed in two big matchups against the San Diego State Aztecs (6-6-5, 0-6-3 Pac-12) on Thursday and the UCLA Bruins (7-3-5, 4-0-4 Pac-12) on Sunday. The Cardinal needed to win both games to keep their Pac-12 championship hopes alive, which would also secure them a…

  • Former Stanford player Ousseni Bouda starts youth soccer initiative

    For an athlete, success is defined by performance on the field — but legacy transcends these simple statistics, weighing instead an athlete’s ability to effect change and transform sports to be more equitable and accessible for future generations. And Ousseni Bouda ’23, former Stanford men’s soccer player, is working to dismantle barriers for underserved communities…

  • Exam proctoring study starts this winter

    The Academic Integrity Working Group (AIWG) will begin reevaluating the University’s current honor code next winter through trial proctoring and studying the lack of student self-reporting for academic dishonesty.  The AIWG is part of the Committee of 12’s (C12) recommended changes to the honor code, which was granted final approval by the President’s office in…