According to a recent Stanford study, simply being a close relative of a woman with a genetic mutation of the BRCA gene does not place a woman at a higher risk for getting breast cancer.
The Flipside debuted its controversial Segway in White Plaza last Friday, bookending a campaign marked by a series of debates last spring when the group petitioned for about $7,000 of ASSU special fees to fund the purchase.
After 16 months of negotiations, the Palo Alto City Council unanimously ratified a new contract with city firefighters at last Monday’s council meeting. The city council and the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 1319 struggled through tense negotiations and binding-arbitration proceedings over the past year and a half. The groups settled on a three-year contract that would save the city $1.1 million for the current fiscal year and reel in more than $1.4 million annual savings for the future years.