As my first year at Stanford winds down, I’ve started to engage in all the typical nostalgic reminiscing about the last nine months. Looking back on all of my experiences, connections and growth since September, it’s clear that I learned an incredible amount along the way. However, some things took a bit longer than others.…
Shake Shack, a fast food restaurant chain specializing in burgers and shakes, will be opening a new location at the Stanford Shopping Center in fall 2018. While the chain already has 43 restaurants in the Northeast, this will be Shake Shack’s first location in the Bay Area.
With the temperature quickly dropping, I’ve realized that I sorely misjudged the wardrobe I would need for Stanford. I foolishly based my packing off of the stereotype of a perpetually sunny California and am now finally realizing that I need to buy a coat soon or face a chilly demise this winter. Many of my…
Knightscope, the company that produced the security robot that allegedly knocked down a child and ran over his foot at the Stanford Shopping Center two weeks ago, has released a report of the events that transpired prior to the injury.
Following two years of renovations, Stanford Shopping Center is unveiling 45 new stores and restaurants in the space formerly occupied by the old Bloomingdale’s location. Some stores are already open for business; others will open in the coming months.
Ron Rebholz was not just an inspiring teacher of Shakespeare. He was throughout his years at Stanford a principled, courageous political activist who challenged the University to live up to its highest ideals, and regularly found it all too often a failure. You could write a good history of Stanford by following the life of Ron Rebholz.
Palo Alto saw a spike in property crimes during 2012, with a 52-percent increase in residential burglaries since 2011, a 26-percent increase in automobile thefts and an 11-percent increase in larceny, according to the Palo Alto Police Department (PAPD). Nine residential burglaries have been reported in 2013, according to a map published on the PAPD website last updated on Jan. 18.
After objections forced a reduction in size, the revised 27 University Avenue project will be discussed during the Dec. 3 Palo Alto City Council meeting.