Brock Turner, a former Stanford athlete convicted of sexual assault, was released from jail on Sept. 2, after staying behind bars for only three months. Turner only served half of his original six month sentence due to good behavior, and began serving his three years of parole on Friday.
Stanford Health Care and a partner are set to open a clinic in San Jose.
Zach Hoffpauir and Drew Jackson were tearing up Pac-12 pitching before they were selected in this June’s MLB First-Year Player Draft, and they’ve certainly made it look easy at the next level as well, as both of the departed juniors have greatly impressed at the plate in their first forays into professional baseball. Hoffpauir, who…
On Friday, June 26, Stanford Health Care held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new South Bay Cancer Center in San Jose. Over 250 physicians, Stanford employees and community members attended the event, which included speeches and a tour of the building.
Transforming a food desert into a community with a diverse array of food options will take time but it is necessary for all Americans to have access to healthy food regardless of socioeconomic status.
The national government and its workings are undeniably important, but — on a daily and monthly basis — not the most important. Not even close.
The Daily compiled a brief preview of how local communities plan to celebrate Independence Day.
The U.S. Census Bureau reported that Silicon Valley had the second highest concentration of wealthy households in a metropolitan area from 2007 to 2011