Since the start of 2018, the Stanford Fire Marshal’s Office (SUFMO) has worked with Land, Buildings and Real Estate (LBRE), the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve and other campus partners to create a comprehensive wildfire management plan.
While the blockage may present an inconvenience for pedestrians who previously travelled the passage between the bookstore and post office in large groups, the work is a step forward for the larger District Work Centers (DWCs) project occurring across campus.
Signs have been intermittently placed along the trail surrounding the lake since 2017 “in an effort to minimize the environmental impacts of human activities,” wrote University spokesperson E.J. Miranda.
A broken fire hydrant at the intersection of Lomita Mall and Santa Teresa Street propelled a wave of water into the air early Thursday afternoon. The water then flooded eastward down Santa Teresa, and through Duena Street toward Panama Mall.
SEIU Local 2007, the union that represents over 1200 workers at Stanford and Santa Clara University, pushed for ESL program Habla’s expansion into LBRE last spring but worries about University support of the program.
A fire was reported in the southeast section of Maples Pavilion on Campus Drive at approximately 2:15 p.m on Monday through Stanford’s AlertSU system. The fire has been reportedly put out, and no flames or smoke are visible outside the building. Fire units have departed the scene.
In this coming school year, and possibly by the end of the month, a large proportion of Stanford’s food waste will be sent to an innovative new reprocessing system operated by Sustainable Alternatives Feed Enterprises (SAFE) that recycles the food waste into usable water, animal food, and biofuel ingredients.
University fountains will be brought back to operation beginning June 1 in preparation for Commencement, according to the Stanford News Service.