On Dec. 16 the Palo Alto City Council unanimously voted to delay the enforcement of the Vehicle Habitation Ordinance (VHO)—which prohibits the act of living in a vehicle within city limits—for up to one year or until an appellate court rules on a topically related Los Angeles case that may affect the local ordinance’s enforcement.
Ann Arvin, vice provost and dean of research, addressed the problem of research integrity in last month’s faculty senate meeting following a report titled "How Science Goes Wrong" published in The Economist.
For the first time, the Stanford International Undergraduate Community (IUC) will offer special excursions for students staying on campus over Thanksgiving Recess.
The Stanford Career Development Center (CDC)’s Networking Opportunities Week returned for its second run last week after almost not being offered.
Last week Palo Alto residents voted to overturn a city council ruling that would have re-zoned property on Maybell Avenue to allow construction of an affordable senior housing project on the vacant lot.
Finance and consulting are among the most popular careers for Stanford students after graduation, but the interview process for positions in these highly competitive fields is notoriously challenging. The Stanford Career Development Center (CDC) and student organizations including Stanford Finance and Stanford Consulting provide a variety of resources for Stanford students preparing for these interviews.…
This past weekend, Stanford Students for Palestinian Equal Rights (SPER) hosted nearly 300 college students from more than 70 campuses across the country to express solidarity with the Palestinian liberation movement. The third annual conference was organized by the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), a national student organization founded in 2001 at UC-Berkeley, committed to promoting human rights for people living in Israel and Palestine.
A controversial project that would provide 60 low-income housing units for seniors and 12 new single-family market-rate homes in Palo Alto will come to a head in the city’s upcoming general election on Nov. 5.
Hundreds of vehicles zoom around a circle, trying to avoid each other and reach their destinations as quickly as possible. No, it’s not NASCAR, it’s Stanford’s notorious “circle of death,” the traffic circle near the Clock Tower that is perennially clogged with bicyclists during peak traffic times. Deputy Allen James of the Stanford University Department…