Castilleja School’s proposal has faced community backlash, with nearby residents expressing concerns about increased traffic, rising housing costs and the school’s previous violation of city regulation.
On the first day of the protest, dozens of people held signs showing phrases such as “Never Again means Close the Camps,” and “Support our undocumented brothers and sisters.”
The adversity score — designed to contextualize applicants’ SAT scores with their socioeconomic backgrounds — has been criticized as inconsistent, and is now part of a broader debate about the merits of the SAT and standardized testing as a whole.
Berkeley’s boot off the list comes after the school called itself out on the misreporting, telling U.S. News not only that there had been errors in its alumni-giving numbers but also that it had incorrectly included multi-year pledges in its calculations.
The attack, executed with a military-style rifle purchased in Nevada, took place late on the last day of the 41st annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, a cherished Bay Area celebration of Gilroy’s status as the “Garlic Capital of the World.”
As stated in the City Council staff report, the disposable food-ware ordinance includes two additional phases to be implemented by 2021 and 2025 respectively, as well as a deconstruction ordinance, all of which further Palo Alto’s shift toward reusability.
Monday’s collisions mark the eighth and ninth Caltrain-related deaths this year.
Former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo M.A. ’72, ’74, Ph.D ’93 was arrested in California on Tuesday and faces an extradition order to send him back to Peru for his implication in the Odebrecht corruption scandal.