The hostility of recent critiques from those who have not chosen to engage with the Zapata community are unproductive and deeply hurtful, as well as neglectful of the unique space that Zapata occupies in our community and on our campus.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) expects to complete repairs on the damaged gas pipeline at the intersection of Junipero Serra Boulevard and Campus Drive West within the week, according to PG&E spokesperson Jason King. Crews will have to install a new valve on gas line #132 before bringing the pipe on line.
Stanford officials have been in contact with PG&E representatives since the utility company named four sections of pipeline running along Junipero Serra on its list of top 100 sections for maintenance last September.
Medvedev’s talk today at 4 p.m. … Stanford Jazz Festival starts Friday … Traffic Calming on Junipero Serra … Weighing in on climate change research statistics … Stanford news from around the web for Wednesday, June 23, 2010.