Marissa Cassar, a front desk employee at the Stanford Shopping Center SoulCycle, says she notices “a good amount of students, especially Stanford students” coming into the cycling studio.
Approximately 50 members of Stanford Coalition for Planning an Equitable 2035 (SCoPE 2035) and Stanford Solidarity Network (SSN) and public stakeholders filed into an already packed Palo Alto City Council chambers to voice their demands at the first public hearing regarding Stanford’s new General Use Permit (GUP) application Thursday night.
Mendocino Farms, a family-owned, California-based sandwich market, celebrated the grand opening of their downtown Palo Alto location at 11 a.m. on May 2. This is the seventh location established in the Northern California region and the 28th in the state.
Stanford has disputed claims by Joe Simitian — President of the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors — that the University expressed an intention to pull back on aspects of an earlier deal to provide funds to the Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD).
Nearly a hundred people gathered on the corners of the intersection between El Camino Real and Embarcadero Road on Tuesday afternoon, joining a nationwide movement protesting legislation that has made abortions increasingly inaccessible in the United States.
The son of Menlo Park parent Marjorie Klapper was revealed to have falsely identified himself as both black and Hispanic on his Common Application at the advice of college admissions scandal mastermind and purported college counselor William Rick Singer.
On Tuesday, The Palo Alto Board of Education voted unanimously to approve an ongoing 2 percent salary raise, with yearly raise renegotiations, for union member teachers and senior managers.
The Palo Alto City Council discussed Peninsula Corridor’s 2040 Caltrain Business Plan, Residential Parking Programs (RPPs) and a citywide tunnel on Monday night. The business plan highlights potential scenarios for Caltrain’s future expansion and will involve a partnership with Stanford.