“The Dream Is Now” campaign, led by philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs MBA ’91, solicits student pressure on Congress to pass the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act.
An enormously successful regular season for the women’s swimming and diving team ended on a low note on Saturday afternoon at Berkeley. The team, needing… Continue Reading »
It couldn’t have been a more fitting end on Saturday afternoon, as Stanford players hoisted the Axe in celebration of their Big Game victory over Cal for the third straight season. After all, they had just axed Cal’s offense for the entirety of four quarters.
The Stanford band ended up on the field all right, but 30 years after “The Play” gave Cal the win and college football one of its most exciting finishes ever, Stanford’s suffocating defense made the 115th Big Game almost anticlimactic with a dominating 21-3 win on Saturday afternoon.
The Pac-12 announced Monday that the 115th Big Game between Stanford and Cal will kick off at noon on October 20th, to be televised nationally on FOX. It will be the first Big Game not played in November or December since the rivalry’s inaugural matchup in March of 1892.