James Shirvell, formerly an assistant director in Stanford’s Admission Office who pleaded not guilty to charges of attempting to murder his girlfriend while under the influence of LSD, is no longer employed at Stanford.
Stanford alumna Tess Rothstein ’12 died in a fatal collision on Friday around 8:20 a.m. while cycling in the San Francisco Market District. According to multiple witnesses, Rothstein swerved to avoid an open car door and collided with a truck on 6th and Howard Street. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The truck driver…
In the first midweek game of the season, No. 11 Stanford (7-1) outmuscled San Francisco (4-3) for an 8-3 victory on a wet afternoon at Sunken Diamond, marking the Cardinal’s 23rd straight triumph.
The food scene in San Francisco is marked by restaurants of all kinds — including its bakeries.
Yoga to the People aims to bring yoga to students of all backgrounds, skill levels and incomes. In addition to San Francisco, the studio has locations in New York, New York; Tempe, Arizona; and Berkeley, California.
The cafe serves a wide variety of items, from namesake desserts to sandwiches and hot drinks. But Toy Boat remains most well known for its locally-produced ice cream and vibrant display of 80s collectibles.
Continuing from yesterday’s paper, this article is Part 2 of staff writer Gracie Newman’s interview with Andrew Sean Greer, who is the author of “Less” (the 2018 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction) and numerous other novels and short stories. “Less” is a comedic romance that follows a middle-aged writer as he travels the…
San Francisco rents, facing sharp fluctuations over the last 45 years, exhibit the symptoms of the housing crisis. But nearby, Stanford’s residential fees have remained steady over the same time period.