Stanford in New York’s (SiNY) first-ever spring quarter offering, held earlier this year, marked the final step in the piloting process of the program — a quarter-long opportunity for Stanford students to live, work and take classes in New York City. Due to the success of the three-year pilot, Stanford will now move forward with the program on a year-round basis.
Title IX Coordinator Cathy Glaze ’80 JD ’85 will retire in July after two years of working in Stanford’s Title IX Office and nearly 18 years of service at the University.
As a University committee prepares to report on and potentially revise Stanford’s Title IX pilot process, many community members say aspects of the process –– and of Stanford’s broader attitude to sexual violence –– fall short.
The City of Palo Alto is working with Caltrain to install cameras and fencing along the tracks of the Palo Alto Caltrain station. This installment is part of the City’s suicide prevention efforts following four suicides between October and March, including those of local high school students.
The food trucks, a pillar of the Executive’s platform, will be serving food every Friday and Saturday night during winter quarter.