The feature “On this day in Stanford history” details events that occurred on the same date in past years at Stanford. According to The Stanford Daily’s archives, on April 26 in…
Slock.it’s story is but but one turbulent chapter in the no less than tumultuous story of cryptocurrencies. Not yet a decade old, cryptocurrency got its start in 2009 after an anonymous user under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto posted a white paper outlining a system for trustless transactions.
Unfortunately, a compelling body of evidence suggests that branches of Bank of America and Wells Fargo in South Florida breached prohibitions on discriminatory lending during the subprime mortgage crisis.
On Friday, over 200 students participated in a series of activities that kept pressure on the Stanford administration to accept the Who’s Teaching Us demands.
A Friday afternoon meeting by the group “Who’s Teaching Us” (WTU) packed a room at the Black Community Services Center as the group held an information session on their demands for change. Approximately 150 to 250 people listened to a presentation of the demands and a following question and answer session.
Amid community complaints and despite reports that the transaction would happen in mid to late October, Wells Fargo has yet to sell its 1,800 East Palo Alto apartments to Equity Residential.