Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) announced Monday and Tuesday that it will impose a new wave of public safety power shutoffs on Wednesday and Thursday in areas of high fire risk across 30 counties across northern and central California, affecting up to 800,000 customers.
Though he grew up in a military family, Chris Rielage ’21 initially aspired to serve at the U.S. State Department, practicing diplomacy. Now he’s doing drills and grueling physical training to join the U.S. Navy. And he’s doing that training at UC Berkeley, two hours away from his classes at Stanford.
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.
This Sunday, Stanford’s No. 3 women’s crew and men’s crew teams will converge at Lake Natoma in Gold River, California for a fighting chance at the PAC-12 Championship title.
Founded by University of California, Berkeley graduates Kevin Wu and Derrick Mar, in February 2017, Pathrise is, in Wu’s words, an “online career accelerator intended to teach people how to get the best job possible.”
Stanford’s No. 20 beach volleyball team (10-14, 3-1 Pac-12) will play the final two games of the regular season at home this Saturday against No. 7 Cal Poly (19-9, 5-1) at 1PM PST and No. 11 California (17-7, 5-1) at 4PM PST. Stanford is coming off a much-needed 5-0 sweep over San Francisco on Saturday, during which no Cardinal duo dropped a single set. The victory was especially welcome considering Stanford had been limping away on a four game losing streak before that, most recent of which was a 0-5 defeat at the hands of No. 19 Saint Mary’s (17-6).
After fighting to a 4-3 victory over rival Cal on Saturday, No. 12 Stanford men’s tennis (14-5, 3-3 Pac-12) travels north this weekend to take on the Oregon Ducks (13-7, 1-5) on Friday before ending their tour of the Pacific Northwest against the Washington Huskies (6-15, 1-5) in Seattle on Sunday. The two matches will bring the regular season to a close for the Cardinal before the Pac-12 Championships begin on April 24 in Ojai, California.
Stanford’s No. 1 ranked women’s water polo team (16-1, 4-0 MPSF) prepares to travel across the bay to face off against the No. 4 ranked California Golden Bears (13-5, 1-2) this Saturday at 12PM PST. Stanford is coming off two close wins against rival NCAA championship contenders, outlasting No. 3 ranked UCLA (21-4, 4-1) 7-6 last Saturday and edging out No. 2 USC (21-1, 3-1) 9-8 in overtime the weekend prior. With their toughest opponents behind them, the Cardinal seek to close out the last three games of the regular season.