Santa Clara County’s Department of Public Health issued a warning of possible measles exposure following a visit by an infected international traveler between March 16 and 23.
Two years ago, noise from parties on the Row would wake up political science professor Clayton Nall’s infant child at two or three in the morning. Despite Nall’s short commute, says his wife Marina Gruver: “We hate it here.”
The Stanford Coalition for Planning an Equitable 2035 (SCoPE 2035) held several demonstrations across campus on Thursday to protest Stanford’s lawsuit against Santa Clara County’s housing ordinance.
In ongoing negotiations over Stanford’s proposed expansion under the General Use Permit (GUP), Palo Alto City Council voted unanimously on Monday to request that Stanford contribute up to $82.4 million over the next 17 years to the city’s affordable housing fund.
In the 2017-2018 academic year, there were 51 instances in which a student drank so much they needed hospitalization — the highest number of medical alcohol transports in the last 12 years.
On Thursday, the University filed a lawsuit against Santa Clara County against a housing ordinance that requires 16 percent of housing units constructed by Stanford be made available at an affordable housing cost.
Santa Clara County has released the final environmental impact report on Stanford’s 2018 General Use Permit application, detailing the potential effects of the University’s 17-year expansion plan on the local community — including impacts to affordable housing, traffic and transportation.
Stanford’s Affordability Task Force is developing a series of recommendations on improving affordability for faculty, staff, academic staff, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.