Palo Alto City Council is considering implementing an annual cap on commercial and office development despite resistance from Stanford University and other companies.
After confirming that they will in fact lose their space in Old Union, The Free Store’s future remains uncertain. Unless The Free Store finds a new home by the end of the quarter, the heavily valued resource will be dissolved.
Paukan ’15 was a psychology major from the Yup’ik Eskimo village of St. Mary’s, Alaska, and an active member of Stanford’s Native American community.
Volume 62, Issue 65, 22 January 1923: Seven Are Initiated Into English Club Membership Stanford is full of neeeeerds. Like straight up, one night I was chilling with some friends, and they start having this competition where they try to recognizes “Lord of the Rings” scenes just by the soundtrack playing in the background. Like,…
Volume 204, Issue 51, January 4 1994: Despite hardships, study of ASSU to continue Remember when we voted on that thing? It had like, something to do with clubs, and I’m pretty sure the ASSU was taking all the money away or something. I got some emails about it but the bill was so easy…
This weekend, over 50 Stanford students, high school students and families took part in loosening the soil and adding new native plants on The Dish during an event planned by a local organization called Magic.
Many Stanford students responding to a recent survey have indicated their support for the Stanford Free Store, which is in danger of losing its current location.
Just days before their grand reopening, Stanford’s Free Store—where students can take items such as clothes, microwaves and textbooks for free and donate their leftover things to help reduce waste—was notified that they would lose their location in Old Union’s basement.