This report covers a selection of incidents from May 7 to May 13 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Although most of us don’t need to worry about the dangers of raining debris quite yet, mitigation of space debris remains a large obstacle to new satellite constellations, especially with mega-constellations of small satellites on the technical horizon.
In a statement released by Residential Education (ResEd) on Wednesday, the University announced new policies regulating the use of Juuls on campus. Starting with the Class of 2023, every incoming freshman will be required to come to campus equipped with a personal Juul. The move comes after an infamous mono outbreak in Twain that allegedly…
When I was seven years old, we went for a lot of family drives in our white Toyota civic. Occasionally, my dad would swing into the local McDonald’s outside WestMall. I’d order chicken nuggets with barbecue sauce, fries and a chocolate milkshake. When we got home, I dumped the nuggets in my pink bowl and we’d sit around the table munching on our meals. When McDonald’s left Trinidad in 2003, I was disappointed. Now they’re back, and I wish they’d stayed away.
The concussion awareness initiative CrashCourse announced on Tuesday its partnership with American Youth Football & Cheer.
This past weekend, Stanford University hosted its fifth annual TreeHacks, a 36 hour hackathon that drew 1,254 students from 95 universities.
Students thought they were biking safely on Wednesday, February 6, when a troop of Stanford cops ticketed them at one of Stanford’s tamest intersections outside Arrillaga Dining Hall. The road ended in a cul-de-sac where the right of way was so clear that the students, despite the stop sign, quickly scanned for traffic and advanced without coming to a complete stop.
A water pipe broke outside Arrillaga Family Dining Commons on Escondido Road at around 10 p.m. on Monday night.