The linked spreadsheet is a compilation of food violations at on-campus eateries. The data was compiled from the Santa Clara County Food Inspections Search Engine (http://sccinspections.org/onlineinsp/) and reflects the most recently available information as of Jan. 8.
The proposed arts and innovation district near the Palo Alto Caltrain station will no longer be on the ballot for local voters in June. The Palo Alto City council vote to reject the staff proposal recommending a June ballot measure came early Tuesday morning after hours of public hearing and dozens of speakers.
Row houses will soon be equipped with ACES scanners, similar to those in freshmen dorms. Both ITS and R&DE declined to give the cost of the project, though an ITS web page says the cost will be around $5.5 million dollars.
French Muslims of African descent are discriminated against in the job market when their job opportunities are compared with those of French Christians of African descent, according to a study by Stanford Political Science Professor David Laitin.
Stanford was named the co-recipient of the American Football Coaches Association’s (AFCA) 2012 Academic Achievement Award, along with Northwestern University
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors awarded $10.4 million to the City of Palo Alto and Stanford University in a unanimous vote on Nov. 20. The funding will be used to construct a bicycle bridge across U.S. Route 101 at Adobe Creek and to improve recreational trails that surround the University.