Reports of druggings have required mandatory alerts to the community under the Jeanne Clery Act. The Daily looked into how exactly these Clery Act AlertSUs work.
The Stanford Federal Credit Union is receiving national media attention for its partnership with Google’s quiet new financial technology project — Google Cache checking accounts. The new checking accounts will roll out in 2020.
Despite the withdrawal of the General Use Permit application, the University is moving ahead with its plans to develop 27 faculty homes and three parcels for affordable housing units in Portola Valley on 75 acres off of Alpine Road.
According to a Campus Security Authority, one of the individuals who suspected that they were drugged underwent a drug test at Stanford Hospital, which came back negative.
A female student tested positive for a date-rape drug on Friday after losing consciousness at a party on the Row Thursday night, Stanford Police announced in an AlertSU notification sent early Saturday morning. It is unclear exactly where the incident occurred.
U.S. District Judge Beth Freeman of San Jose has dismissed Stanford’s challenge of a Santa Clara County housing ordinance requiring 16% of units on residential developments on University land be reserved for affordable housing at a below-market rate.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) announced Monday and Tuesday that it will impose a new wave of public safety power shutoffs on Wednesday and Thursday in areas of high fire risk across 30 counties across northern and central California, affecting up to 800,000 customers.
A Stanford drop-out achieved widespread renown not in the startup scene or through sports championships but in bookstores and libraries across America. John Steinbeck, who died in 1968, attended the University on and off for six years beginning in 1919, before leaving without a degree.
PAUSD’s decision to settle without admitting culpability brings an end to a yearlong legal fight over an alleged sexual assault case that has rocked the Palo Alto's Gunn High School.
“The skills of humanities thinking are less quantifiable, yes, but they are real and employable and always necessary,” says Professor Caroline Winterer, who headed the Stanford Humanities Center from 2013 until Sept. 1, 2019.
News of Persky's hiring had only been public for two days before public resistance called for his removal. Lynbrook High School in San Jose promptly fired him following the backlash.
The attack, executed with a military-style rifle purchased in Nevada, took place late on the last day of the 41st annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, a cherished Bay Area celebration of Gilroy’s status as the "Garlic Capital of the World."
The Escondido Village (EV) graduate housing project will house 2,431 additional graduate students in Fall 2020 –– increasing graduate student housing by 20 percent and bringing off-campus students onto East Campus.
The d.school’s Legal Design Lab is partnering with the Stanford Law School’s Regulation, Evaluation and Governance Lab (RegLab) to pilot a new text message reminder program in the San Mateo County traffic court.
Citing a severe and ongoing shortage of type-O blood due to high usage at local hospitals, the Stanford Blood Center (SBC) is reaching out to both its current dedicated group of donors and to all Bay Area residents to donate blood as soon as possible.
When you think of a mythology book reading on a Tuesday night at Stanford during midterms week, you would be forgiven for imagining that event as a small and geriatric affair — one with criminally low attendance and death-of-the-humanities gravity. The storytelling event put on by the Stanford Storytelling Project on May 7 featured bestselling…
A suit on behalf of Palo Alto resident Gustavo Alvarez is alleging that Palo Alto officers unlawfully threatened, searched, beat and arrested him while denying him medical care for injuries sustained during their assault.
The elimination of The Draw and the creation of residential neighborhoods — to which all undergraduates will be assigned before their first year on campus — will characterize the changes revolutionizing residential life at Stanford over the next century.
As California strives to hit its 50 percent renewable energy goal by 2030 and a net-zero emissions economy by 2050, former U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz Ph.D. ’72 shared with the Stanford community the details of a report on how trends in green energy development and energy markets might enable California to meet these goals.
About a hundred protestors — chanting and carrying signs — gathered on Thursday evening at the Town & Country Village shopping center in Palo Alto to demand that the United States Justice Department take decisive steps to publish the 300-page findings of the Special Counsel investigation, also known as the Mueller report.