Though both Nur and the student indicated that the collision was an accident, she gave conflicting accounts of how it occurred. An investigation of the incident by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is underway.
“Hey, what’s up?” “Hi! I’m just heading to lunch.” “Alright, I’m going to class but I’ll see you later. Have a good lunch!” “Thanks, you too!” *Shamefully realizes that doesn’t make sense.* Conversations such as this one are not uncommon in my daily life here at Stanford. I have had no dearth of awkward encounters,…
“Why do you put a case on your iPhone, but not a helmet on your head?” Members of Stanford Synapse, a brain injury support group, like to ask this question to students biking on campus without head protection. “If you crash and hit your head, it’s going to cost you a lot more than [the…
Recent Stanford Law graduate Christopher “Tripp” Zanetis J.D. ’17 was among the seven U.S. troops who died in Thursday’s helicopter crash near Qaim, a town in western Iraq near the Syrian border.
In addition to his role as a professor of radiology and body imaging, Willmann was a member of Bio-X, the interdisciplinary biosciences institute at Stanford.
The Fountain Hopper account, sent out in an email last week, details an accident that occurred last spring when the presidents attempted to drive a rented U-Haul with their newly appointed cabinet members in the unsecured rear box area into the Wilbur Field underground parking structure.
Glacially paced and flat as a board, “Show Me a Hero” is destined to be described as a “slow burn” by many a critic, but no amount of calculated euphemisms can mask the unfortunate reality that, in its bloated 6-hour run time, this rare misfire from David Simon (“The Wire”) and the folks over at HBO is (*braces for the vitriol*) completely and utterly uninspired.