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Ileana Najarro
Ileana Najarro is the Managing Editor of News at The Stanford Daily. She previously worked as a News Desk Editor and Staff Writer.

Palo Alto “Dead Houses” provide an off-campus community for students

At first, Daniel Greene, a fourth year Ph.D. student, couldn’t believe what his friend told him about baking bread each night and having impromptu dance parties in the kitchen at Synergy, one of the seven Stanford cooperative living communities. When Greene visited the Farm for a conference and stayed in Synergy, he was blown away by the friendly community he experienced in such a short time.

New IT security measures underway

New Stanford information security measures are underway, including a modified and more versatile two-step authentication system to be deployed this year, according to Michael Duff, assistant vice president and chief information officer.

Discussing the California drought with Daniel Swain

While the East Coast ploughs through frozen weather, California is currently under a drought emergency. In order to get a better understanding of what caused the extreme weather predicament, The Daily spoke with Daniel Swain, third year Ph.D. student in environmental earth system science.

Palo Alto police to wear video cameras

The Palo Alto City Council voted unanimously Monday night to allocate funds for police officers in the city to wear body-mounted video cameras. Nine officers will pilot the camera technology, designed to collect video evidence when officers are away from their vehicles.
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