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Stanford records 47% decline in reports of sexual violence over past year, citing reduced campus population

Stanford Daily 01 Dec 2021
Stanford received 187 reports during the 2019-20 academic year, when campus housed a full population before students were sent home in March due to the pandemic ... This fall, advocates sounded alarms that Stanford was entering a “deep red zone” — when students are most vulnerable to ...
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Police Blotter: Burglary, weapon possession, hate violence

Stanford Daily 01 Dec 2021
19 and 1 a.m., an assault to commit rape against a student occurred on Stanford campus.At 4.10 p.m., an act of disorderly conduct due to alcohol occurred at Stanford Stadium Gate 12.At 5.45 p.m., an act of disorderly conduct due to alcohol occurred at Stanford Stadium Section ...
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LMU Names Emelyn A. dela Peña as Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Longview News-Journal 01 Dec 2021
Most recently, she served as associate vice provost for Inclusion, Community and Integrative Learning at Stanford University, a post she has held since 2019 ... At Stanford, dela Peña embedded ethical leadership and equity principles in student engagement and transformed key policies and practices in student affairs.
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Documentary ‘Try Harder!’ portrays Lowell High as unique institution on several fronts

San Francisco Examiner 01 Dec 2021
(Courtesy Debbie Lum) ... “It felt like a college campus.“ ... Ian, who introduces the Lowell campus to us in an opening passage, entertainingly extols the brilliance of a student named Jonathan ... In most cases, their first-choice schools (Stanford University tops the collective wish list, followed by Ivy League campuses) reject them ... IF YOU GO ... 2.
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Potential nooses found hanging on Stanford’s campus

Stanford Daily 30 Nov 2021
While the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS), in collaboration with a campus arborist, determined in their investigation that the ropes have likely been hanging for 18 to 24 months, Dunkley and Hicks wrote that they “cannot be certain whether the ropes were ...
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Stanford administrators uncertain if possible nooses found on campus were deliberate

Mountain View Voice 30 Nov 2021
Possible nooses were reported along the Lake Lagunita walking trail at Stanford University on Monday, university administrators announced in an email to the campus community ... Monday's announcement isn't the first time in recent years that possible nooses have been found on Stanford's campus.
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One Brooklyn Health commits to diabetes prevention, treatment

Metro USA 30 Nov 2021
Registered Nurse Alejandra Hopkins, program lead for the Diabetes Self-Management Program, told Caribbean Life that the evidence-based program, based on the Stanford Diabetes Self-Management Program, is offered on the Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center campus in East Flatbush.
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Want to get a COVID-19 booster shot? Here is what you should know.

Stanford Daily 29 Nov 2021
Stanford students can schedule an appointment to receive a booster shot through Stanford Health Care using the MyHealth portal. Off campus, booster shots are offered at pharmacies including CVS Pharmacy, Rite Aid, Walgreens and Walmart ... Will Stanford ever have a booster shot requirement?. Stanford currently does not have a booster shot requirement.
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Welcome to the pinsa party at Treehouse

Stanford Daily 29 Nov 2021
I can’t help but feel surprised; this delicious lunch feels like it belongs in the Italian countryside, not at Stanford’s Treehouse ... Klein is the owner and manager of three campus staples ... Since then, he has become a pinsa fanatic, and he jumped at the chance to recruit Sit to campus ... All around, the pinsa is a win for the Stanford dining scene.
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Billions missing in state education spending | Editorial

Chico Enterprise Record 28 Nov 2021
It’s been eight years since then-Gov ... Howle’s findings are reinforced by a new report this month from Policy Analysis for California Education, an independent research center that draws from Stanford, University of Southern California and the University of California campuses at Berkeley, Davis and Los Angeles ... And, since he left office, Gov ... .
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COLUMN: Biography details Sowell’s career as leading intellectual

Independent Tribune 28 Nov 2021
By Larry Cothren. According to Merriam-Webster, a maverick is “an independent individual who does not go along with a group or party.” It is fitting, then, that Jason L ... during the 20th century and beyond ... He has been a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, located on the campus of Stanford University, for more than four decades ... Louis ... .
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Recent bicyclist deaths highlight 'desperate need' for more bike paths in Baton Rouge

The Advocate 24 Nov 2021
Federal highway officials designated Baton Rouge a "focus city" for bicycling problems back in 2015, and the recent deaths of two bicyclists in separate crashes on Siegen Lane and Stanford Avenue show the problems continue. On Nov ... Two weeks later, an LSU professor was biking on Stanford Avenue near campus when he was struck by a car ... Sign up today. .
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Editorial: Billions of California education dollars unaccounted for

East Bay Times 24 Nov 2021
It’s been eight years since then-Gov ... Howle’s findings are reinforced by a new report this month from Policy Analysis for California Education, an independent research center that draws from Stanford, University of Southern California and the University of California campuses at Berkeley, Davis and Los Angeles ... And, since he left office, Gov ... .
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Cal supporter vandalizes Stanford’s campus in Minecraft

Stanford Daily 20 Nov 2021
An unknown individual vandalized a virtual version of Stanford’s campus on the “Stanford in Minecraft” multiplayer server just days before the annual Big Game ... Blue and gold blocks replacing grass inside the Stanford Oval ... Byun also invited the rest of the Stanford community to join the project and help build out more parts of campus.
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An impaled teddy bear and fountains that run red: Stanford’s Big Game traditions

Stanford Daily 20 Nov 2021
Big Game is not merely an annual meeting of two of college football’s longest-standing rivals, Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley — it’s cause for a week-long campus celebration imbued with Stanford spirit, camaraderie and ritual ... The Stanford Band is an important steward of Big Game week tradition.
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