A man was punched in the face, and another was threatened with a gun — later revealed to be a replica — in an attempted robbery around 6 p.m. on Monday.
Stanford police responded to reports of a noose on campus over the weekend and found a 3-foot long white rope, with a loop at one end, suspended from a tall bush near a residence for summer students.
John Finkelman ’23 created the Equal Voice Initiative, an organization that offers refugees resources like food, clothing and education to help protect them from economic hardship.
The two Ridgecrest earthquakes — with magnitudes of 6.4 and 7.1 — jolted southern California and have policymakers and scientists concerned over what could follow.
Carrying signs and LED candles, protesters amassed at the intersection of El Camino Real and Castro Street in Mountain View.
Stanford Law School provides free legal assistance for members of the Stanford community through its Immigrants’ Rights Clinic (IRC). The clinic offers support to immigrants across the Bay Area.
The international team will use its award money to develop treatments for the world’s most common genetic heart condition — hypertrophic myopathy (HCM) — which affects over one in every 500 people.
Calvin F. Quate Ph.D. ’50, an applied physics professor and Leland T. Edwards Professor of Engineering, Emeritus, died at his home in Menlo Park on July 6 at the age of 95. Quate worked in relationship with the Manhattan Project and earned many awards for his invention of advanced microscopes.