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Men’s basketball downs DePaul in third straight victory

Stanford men’s basketball (5-3) continued its recent run in non-conference play on Tuesday with a 79-60 victory over DePaul. Leading from the opening possession to the final buzzer, Stanford rode a huge first half from junior Marcus Allen to build a double-digit lead over a Blue Demons side that had scored a surprise victory against the Cardinal one year earlier.…

Stanford to play Kansas State in 2016, 2021

Stanford Athletics announced Monday that the Stanford football team will participate in a home-and-home series with Kansas State in 2016 and 2021. The 2016 game will be played at Stanford Stadium, while the 2021 game will be played in Manhattan, Kansas. The addition of Kansas State to the 2016 schedule officially completes Stanford’s non-conference slate.…

This is not Islamophobia

On Monday of last week, 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed, a freshman at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas, was arrested and interrogated by police after being suspected of constructing a hoax bomb and bringing it to school. Clad in a NASA T-shirt, the teenager and self-proclaimed future engineer maintained that the device, which consisted of a circuit board with wires leading to an electronic display all within a small briefcase, was a clock and nothing more.

Baseball starts series against Texas with win

Behind a huge performance at the plate from freshman Mikey Diekroeger, Stanford’s baseball team squeaked out a win in its series opener against Texas on Thursday, 5-4. Diekroeger went 2-for-3 and drove in four runs in the game, including a RBI ground-rule double in the second inning and a three-run homer in the third that…