The University this summer announced it would fund AlcoholEdu for four more years, citing survey results about the program “that suggest it works at Stanford.” Now, administrators are explaining the methodology behind their survey, whose results are part of a package Stanford presents to the county to keep its exemption from a local alcohol ordinance.
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“Paper or plastic?” may be on its way out.
But a major roadblock to the project’s completion remains.
Stanford is one step closer to receiving a permanent exemption from a county rule holding private residents responsible for underage drinking that occurs on their property.
A tornado warning was issued Wednesday for Santa Clara County at 2:02 p.m. by the San Francisco Bay Area National Weather Service, after the Service’s Doppler radar picked up a “severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado,” according to KGO-TV, San Francisco.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors this month elected Stanford alumnus Ken Yeager Ph.D. ’91 as its president.
The kiosk was first set to open by the start of the 2009-2010 school year and has continually been pushed back due to permit delays.