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Independence Day, freedom and the ‘Ministry of Fun’

The Hill 04 Jul 2022
Oddly, an apt but unexpected metaphor has surfaced at Stanford University. The tremendous success and popularity of the school emboldened the governing bureaucracy to launch major social re-engineering of the campus over the past couple of decades, using various formulas to “design housing,” mix students and control campus life.
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Naveau: Winners and losers of UCLA and USC's decision to join Big Ten

The Crescent News 04 Jul 2022
In many years of traveling around the United States I have been on the campuses of nine of the 12 schools in the Pac-12 conference. I've been to Washington, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Stanford, Cal-Berkeley, Arizona State and Colorado. And as I strolled around their campuses, ...
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Hotline mailbag: Schulz’s influence, Kliavkoff’s culpability, Pac-12 expansion options, the future for Cal and Stanford, valuing the Arizona schools and more

The Spokesman-Review 02 Jul 2022
But were the Hotline to offer a Fear Factor list — the Pac-12 schools with the most to lose in the next 18-24 months — the Cougars would be at the top, followed closely by Oregon State, Stanford, Cal and Colorado ... Curious for your take on what this means for Cal and Stanford and how other conferences value/think about the Bay Area media market.
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Hotline mailbag: Kliavkoff’s culpability, Pac-12 expansion options, the future for Cal and Stanford, valuing the ...

Santa Cruz Sentinel 02 Jul 2022
Curious for your take on what this means for Cal and Stanford and how other conferences value/think about the Bay Area media market ... Do you think Cal and Stanford might use this opportunity to exit football? — @BearFlagFan ... There’s no chance Stanford would ever do that, and we doubt Cal would take the plunge.
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How Many of Your Stocks Are Based in California? (And Is That a Bad Thing?)

Independent Record 02 Jul 2022
Back in the 1940s and 1950s, the dean of Stanford's engineering department, Frederick Terman, encouraged his faculty to start their own companies in the area ... Two major VC firms, Kleiner Perkins and Sequoia Capital, started up adjacent to the Stanford campus ... students at Stanford.
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Big Ten deal shows money, not tradition, geography wins out

Lima Ohio 01 Jul 2022
In many years of traveling around the United States I have been on the campuses of nine of the 12 schools in the Pac-12 conference. I’ve been to Washington, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Stanford, Cal-Berkeley, Arizona State and Colorado.
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Galaxy allows 3 first-half goals in loss to Minnesota United FC

Press Telegram 30 Jun 2022
CARSON — On a night that was viewed as a chance to erase the pain of last week’s U.S ... As St ... The club was scheduled to face San Jose last weekend, but that match was postponed due to fires and a power outage on and near the Stanford University campus ... Saturday’s Galaxy game against San Jose postponed due to power outage at Stanford ... .
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The Achilles’ heel of electric supplies

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 29 Jun 2022
The enduring electricity outage at the Stanford campus may be a warning to many governmental agencies that green energy still depends on another infrastructure, aka the transmission grid. It is ironic that Stanford decided about 10 years ago to abandon its ...
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Frost Amphitheater fills summer with diverse performances

Mountain View Voice 28 Jun 2022
The Stanford Live Arts Festival summer series runs through Sept ... The series had been set to open on Friday, June 24, with comedy rock duo Tenacious D, but that show was canceled due to a power outage on the Stanford campus caused by the Edgewood Fire in San Mateo County ... For more information, visit live.stanford.edu.
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Photo Gallery: Commencement, 2022

Stanford Daily 27 Jun 2022
Stanford hosted its 131st Commencement for the Class of 2022 on June 12, 2022 ... Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne high-fives new graduates ... WILLIAM MENG/The Stanford Daily) Students perform the “Wacky Walk” as the Marguerite Shuttle that runs throughout campus ... WILLIAM MENG/The Stanford Daily) (Photo. WILLIAM MENG/The Stanford Daily) (Photo.
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Power returns to campus after prolonged outage

Stanford Daily 25 Jun 2022
The alert, sent to the Stanford community at 11.09 a.m., shared that “PG&E continues to work on the Jefferson line that supplies power to the main Stanford campus,” and that the provider has “also been able to supply the campus with additional energy to the line currently ...
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Saturday’s Galaxy game against San Jose postponed due to power outage at Stanford

LA Daily News 24 Jun 2022
The Galaxy’s “Cali Clasico” rivalry game against the San Jose Earthquakes, scheduled for Saturday, has been postponed due to the Edgewood Fire that has also caused a power outage on the Stanford University campus. Saturday’s match was scheduled to be played at Stanford Stadium, ...
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Power Problems Continue at Stanford

NBC Bay Area 24 Jun 2022
Two days after a fire knocked out power to thousands on the Peninsula, there are still many in the dark, including several parts of the Stanford campus. Pockets of Stanford’s campus have the power back but most of it remains in the dark, as gyms, libraries, dorms, food halls are just among the buildings that are still left without electricity.
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California Cl�sico delayed: Stanford power outage forces Quakes to move match vs. Galaxy

The Mercury News 24 Jun 2022
San Jose’s match with the LA Galaxy scheduled for Saturday night at Stanford Stadium has been rescheduled for Sept ... The NorCal edition of the California Cl�sico has been played at Stanford since 2012, when the Earthquakes drew more than 50,000 fans to the campus.
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Stanford cancels classes as wildfire burns in San Mateo County

The Los Angeles Times 23 Jun 2022
Cassidy Dalva, a rising sophomore at Stanford who works as a research assistant, said she was in a campus lab Tuesday around 2 p.m ... According to Stanford alerts to the community, although power restoration to student residences is a priority, it “still falls well short of a full campus restoration.”.

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