The Santa Clara County Public Health Department has officially completed its investigation on the cause of the gastrointestinal illness that afflicted students in Florence Moore Hall (FloMo) late October.
Amid concerns over rising healthcare costs, Stanford recently launched a new, low-cost healthcare option for its employees and their dependents with an extended open enrollment date until Nov. 19.
The latest increase in the cost of Cardinal Care — and the University’s refusal to delay a waiver deadline that would preclude students from using California’s new health insurance exchange to find cheaper insurance — was met with discontent among graduate and international students while also prompting efforts on their part to mitigate the burden.
The Bay Area’s recent wave of high temperatures could pose a significant danger – albeit one easily averted by reasonable precautions – to Stanford’s summer residents, according to University health professionals.
A documentary featuring the work of Assistant Professor of Neurology Michelle Monje M.D. ’04 Ph.D. ’04 has been nominated for a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award.