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Nikhita Obeegadoo

OAPE piloted 5-SURE On Foot at FMOTQ

5-SURE On Foot, the Office of Alcohol Policy and Education (OAPE)’s new security escort service funded by the Stanford University Department of Public Safety, was unofficially launched last night at Full Moon on The Quad (FMOTQ).

Redwood City approves Stanford satellite campus proposal

The Redwood City Council recently approved Stanford’s proposal to build a 35-acre satellite campus in the city, west of Highway 101 and next to the Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center. The property will cater to both academic and non-academic uses, though it will mainly be used by Stanford departments that don’t necessarily have to be located on campus, such as Land Building and Real Estate, Human Resources and other administrative functions.

Students turn to online resources for summer housing

Students seeking off-campus housing for this summer have become increasingly reliant on social networks and other online tools as a means of dealing with high price ranges and keeping in touch with other students in the area. According to surveyed students, Internet searches -- mainly through Craigslist and Facebook -- provide the most widely used resources for those looking to rent or sublet accommodations.

Challenges and opportunities: the road ahead for Pope Francis

The resignation in February of Pope Benedict XVI -- and the subsequent election of Pope Francis -- sent shockwaves through the Catholic world. The Daily sat down with Paul Crowley, professor of religious studies, to discuss the significance and circumstances of Francis’ election and the challenges facing the new Pope moving forward.
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