This week is one of the coolest times to be at Stanford, when more than 1,700 students join the Cardinal family. I’ve experienced this week as a freshman, as an Orientation Volunteer and as an RA, and while I’m contributing my words remotely this time, my heart is with you all as you embark on what surely will…
Rather than criticize the Athletic Department for its (relatively efficient) expenditures, Majerovitz and the wider Stanford community should focus on the unique exposure and diversity student-athletes bring to the Farm.
On Jan. 23, Stanford graduate students working with John Barton, director of Stanford’s Architecture Program, will present new concepts for a “21st Century Research Park” located at 27 University Avenue.
The 75,000-square-foot center, located just west of Roble Field on Santa Teresa Street, features a well-lit rock climbing room designed for rope climbing and bouldering, multipurpose fitness studios and a 50-meter swimming pool complete with a handicap ramp.
Philanthropist John Arrillaga ’60 made a $151 million gift to Stanford last week, in the largest single gift by a living donor to the University.
University administrators and local government officials continue to differ, meanwhile, on whether further revisions will take place before the project moves forward.
Residential and Dining Enterprises (R&DE) Student Housing has rescinded the proposed treatment of EV family courtyard lawns with herbicide, following protests last summer by Escondido Village (EV) residents.
Menlo Park City Council critiques Stanford’s plans to construct mixed-use buildings on El Camino Real, and former Stanford administrator Cecilia Preciado Burciaga dies of lung cancer at age 67.