A best-selling author and psychiatry professor discussed the American methamphetamine epidemic on Wednesday as part of the ongoing Stanford Health Policy Forum.
Palo Alto is the nation’s most expensive college town, according to a recent survey by Coldwell Banker Real Estate.
A group of mechanical engineering graduate students have created a “recyclable laptop” that can be completely disassembled by hand in under 30 seconds.
Stanford’s Parking & Transportation Services (P&TS) has revised proposed changes for its Marguerite shuttle lines after receiving more than 290 comments from the campus community on an earlier proposal.
California’s proposed high-speed rail system would likely cost taxpayers money even in the long term, according to Stanford management professor Alain Enthoven.
Despite a large decline in private donor support to the University, Stanford still rakes in more than other schools.
A “distress index” developed jointly by the Stanford Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality and New America Media and released in September reveals the worsening economic state of San Francisco’s most vulnerable residents and may shed light on where improvement in public policy can provide the most help.
While many students on campus sport T-shirts and flip-flops, a select group of seniors are donning suits and slacks as they stroll through White Plaza.