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Police Blotter

This report covers a selection of incidents from Oct. 5 through Oct. 12 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety bulletin. During this period, several vehicle burglaries occurred throughout campus.

CCNY venture starts

Stanford University, the City University of New York (CUNY) and City College of New York (CCNY) announced Tuesday morning the creation of “Stanford@CCNY,” a joint venture serving as an East Coast test site for Stanford’s undergraduate program in entrepreneurship, technology and related areas.

Police Blotter

This report covers a selection of incidents from Sept. 29 through Oct. 4 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SDUPS) bulletin.

Stanford committed to NYC proposal, Purdue drops bid

University President John Hennessy emphasized Stanford’s commitment to its proposal for a New York City (NYC) applied sciences campus in a recent, joint interview with the Stanford Report, Stanford magazine and The Daily. The interview came just days before Purdue University dropped its bid this Monday, citing insufficient financial backing from the city. The Bloomberg administration has pledged $100 million so far to help support infrastructure upgrades at the site. However, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) estimates a new school would cost hundreds of millions more.

Senate confirms Election Commissioner

The 13th Undergraduate Senate convened for its first meeting of the 2011-12 academic year Tuesday, confirming Adam Adler ’12 as its new Elections Commissioner and discussing several upcoming bills.

The Daily brief: September 2, 2011

LGBT culture at the GSB... Stanford in Russia... Farm fertile ground for entrepreneurs... Stanford gets an A for partying... Stanford news from around the Web for September 2, 2011

The Daily brief: September 1, 2011

Local real estate investments... Banks on African-American marriage... Learning about climate change through national parks.... Remembering Sept. 11, 2001... Stanford news from around the Web for September 1, 2011

The Daily brief: August 25, 2011

Artificial Intelligence class garners real interest... Stanford experts on the recent earthquakes.... Google Fiber goes live... Overfishing Chilean sea bass... Stanford news from around the Web for August 25, 2011

The Daily brief: August 19, 2011

Dealing with multiple bosses... Space weather forecasts... Three receive DOE fellowships... A new game takes it to biblical levels... Stanford news from around the Web for August 19, 2011.

The Daily brief: August 17, 2011

Chinese students flood graduate schools... A.I. class opens to the public... Stem cell treatments clear another obstacle.... Program finds new tricks for old drugs... Stanford news from around the Web for August 17, 2011

The Daily brief: August 15, 2011

Getting into an MBA program... Stanford scientists take a closer look at movement.... Electrical engineering prof Robert Dutton wins Aristotle Award.... The Art of the Book at the Cantor Arts Center... Stanford news from around the Web for August 15, 2011

The Daily brief: August 12, 2011

Assistant prof. Jure Leskovec predicts Facebook friends... AT&T and T-Mobile merger spells trouble, prof. Mark Lemley says... Endowments rise as UC Berkeley's state funds fall... Outside Lands with KZSU... Stanford news from around the Web for August 12, 2011

The Daily brief: August 11, 2011

A Stanford alum gets lucky again and again and again and again.... Veterans work on forgiveness... New guidelines for heart tests... Outside Lands with KZSU... Stanford news from around the Web for August 11, 2011

The Daily brief: August 10, 2011

Fighting ghostwriting in the medical research community... Stanford economic expert gives outlook on possible recession... The Solar Car debuts... The Farm ranks eighth in new list... Stanford news from around the Web for August 10, 2011

The Daily brief: August 8, 2011

A look at the legacy of the Longevity Project... Weather getting you hot and bothered? Try fountain hopping.... Breaking the bamboo ceiling with the GSB... Ralph Richard Banks on marriage for black women... Stanford news from around the Web for August 8, 2011

The Daily brief: August 5, 2011

Jet Blue airlines teams up with Stanford Business and Design... The Quake Catcher Network expands... Stanford Chorus performs Saturday... Stanford news from around the Web for August 5, 2011

The Daily brief: August 4, 2011

Stanford ranks high in Forbes list... Serena Williams wins Stanford Final... High school students SMASH-ing dreams on the Farm... African art debuts at the Cantor Arts Center... Stanford news from around the Web for August 4, 2011.

The Daily brief: August 3, 2011

California public school students feel the crunch... Open Access gains steam... The abacus and mental math... Prof Carstensen on happiness in old age... Stanford news from around the Web for August 3, 2011.
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