This article is the first of a three-part series. This article will establish the background of grade inflation at different schools while the second piece will be an analysis of grade inflation at Stanford, and the third will look towards the future. On the surface, the typical grading system seems simple: a 4.0 equals an […]
As a student in the 90s, Marissa Mayer was dubbed a campus icon in a Stanford Daily column about distinctive individuals on campus. The article referred to her as “the blonde woman in the upper-division computer science classes” without a single mention of her name, yet those terse descriptors were more than enough to identify […]
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