A construction worker hit a gas line while building a fence behind La Casa Italiana on Tuesday morning, prompting an evacuation of students in the house and neighboring house Xanadu. No one was injured, but the incident left officials and workers disagreeing about how clearly the gas line was marked and who was responsible for marking it.
At Thursday’s Faculty Senate meeting, Provost John Etchemendy stressed that Stanford v. Roche case stems from a desire to protect the University, and to bring in profit.
Behind the lunch at Arrillaga Alumni Center on Wednesday–vegan squash patties with tomato chutney, smoked Alaskan salmon, wheat berry and rice salad–was an event medical professor Chris Gardner believes was unprecedented: the gathering of experts from all seven of Stanford’s schools to talk, well, food.
University President John Hennessy highlighted the endowment’s recovery at Thursday’s Faculty Senate meeting, which also saw a detailed overview of undergraduate admission and financial aid two years into a financial aid overhaul that pressured University finances but erased tuition for hundreds of students’ families.
Republican Senate candidate Carly Fiorina advises Stanford GSB students on the job search.
This year could be a historic one for ROTC at Stanford. Whatever happens, The Daily will continue to be there.
“It’s all about us.” So goes the motto of The Ferndale Enterprise, the 131-year-old weekly newspaper my parents run in tiny Ferndale, Calif.
Dam removal advocates blast Stanford habitat plan as public comment period closes… It’s a wrap for class allowing students to study their own genotypes… Promising news for lymphoma treatment from the School of Medicine… John Whitlinger on Federer trick shot… The consequences of Craigslist’s ban on the “adult services” section… Stanford news from around the Web for Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010.