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News: 84 use Web to cheat on GMAT: Ten GSB applicants and one graduate implicated
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Jan 01, 2009
“Ten applicants to the Stanford Graduate School of Business and one recent graduate saw their GMAT scores cancelled early this month by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) due to their involvement with an illegal test preparation Web site.”
News: Admissions looks to add interviews: Alumni interview pilot program will launch for the 08-09 applicant pool
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Aug 28, 2008
“The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is taking steps to add an element to its admissions process that has heretofore been conspicuously absent — the alumni interview.”
News: Class of 2012 has highest yield rate ever: 72 percent of ProFros accept admission
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
May 15, 2008
“1,727 students have accepted Stanford’s offer of admission to the Class of 2012, placing the yield rate for this admission cycle at a University record high of 72 percent, the Office of Undergraduate Admission told The Daily yesterday. These numbers are likely to change, however, because many of Stanford’s peer institutions have recently announced they will be accepting waitlisted applicants.”
News: Coach’s salary below top level : Housing allowance, six-year contract offered to lure Dawkins to Stanford
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
May 02, 2008
“Johnny Dawkins will have a relatively small pool of players he can recruit because of the University’s high admission standards, but will compete in arguably the nation’s toughest basketball conference.”
News: Record number of apps. received
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Jan 25, 2008
“As of Tuesday’s count, the 24,693 applicants from around the world constitute the largest application pool in University history.”
News: Early apps suffer slight decline: Despite small decrease in applications, early admission standards remain high
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Jan 09, 2008
“Christmas came early for 738 high school seniors who became the earliest members of the Class of 2012 when they were admitted on Dec. 14 to Stanford through the University’s early action admission program.”
Keep Stanford Small
by The Stanford Review
Nov 09, 2007
“On October 17, 2007, the Stanford Report revealed that President Hennessy was appointing a task force to “explore the idea of increasing the size of the freshman class—and, as a consequence, the overall undergraduate population of the university.” Hennessy’s proposal was supported by Dean of Admissions Richard Shaw, who told the Stanford Daily: “If you have the capacity and the will to provide the education to extremely qualified students from different socioeconomic backgrounds, then why wouldn’t you try to give more people access to a world class education?””
News: Frosh expansion: Hennessy ponders idea of larger freshman class
by The Stanford Daily Online: Top Headlines
Oct 12, 2007
“President John Hennessy has urged alumni, faculty, students, trustees and admissions personnel to begin dialogue about the expansion of the freshman class.”
The Armchair General’s Surrender
by The Stanford Review
May 11, 2007
“On April 20, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) stated, “I believe myself that the secretary of state, secretary of defense and -- you have to make your own decisions as to what the president knows -- [know] this war is lost and the surge is not accomplishing anything as indicated by the extreme violence in Iraq yesterday.” The senator’s statements were hardly surprising, coming after extensive Congressional maneuverings to cripple or at least denigrate the administration’s strategy for Iraq. Still, Reid’s candid admission of defeat (not his defeat, mind you) should shock a level-headed observer of the ongoing conflict in Iraq. The shortsighted statement betrays a refusal to acknowledge moderately encouraging signs in the field.”
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