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“The only way”: Students protest for police abolition on campus

Stanford Daily 08 Feb 2023
“I think that we feel that fear every time we see a police officer, see the gun on their hips.” Around 60 protestors marched from White Plaza to the Stanford University Department of Public Safety for the “Cops Off Campus” protests on Monday evening to show solidarity and support for the Black community and to advocate for abolition.
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UAE student at Stanford University raises mental health awareness

The National 08 Feb 2023
A former Dubai pupil who is in her first year at Stanford University is working to raise awareness about the mental pressures on international students ... During the week, Ms Butt will organise an on-campus event at Stanford University to raise awareness about student mental health, while encouraging her peers to share their experiences.Quote.
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Pickleball fans celebrate new courts on campus

Stanford Daily 07 Feb 2023
Hundreds of pickleball enthusiasts descended upon the West Campus Courts on Saturday, Jan ... Stanford’s pickleball ... The club, which previously practiced at Palo Alto’s Mitchell Park, welcomed the installation of on-campus courts by Stanford Recreation and Wellness in late November.
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A reckoning for Silicon Valley

New Statesman 07 Feb 2023
Consider Harris’s treatment of the “Palo Alto System”, a ruthless yet innovative horse-breeding approach pioneered at Leland Stanford’s stock farm on what later became the campus of Stanford University ... Working with humans instead of horses, Stanford scholars devised IQ tests and eugenic theories that gained wide acceptance, for a time.
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NBA's Steph Curry joins neighbors in opposing affordable-housing plan for ritzy Atherton

The Lawton Constitution 03 Feb 2023
NBA star Steph Curry has joined neighbors in wealthy Atherton who object to the Bay Area city's plans to build multifamily and affordable housing ... In a Jan ... There are state rules in place that attempt to impose responsibility in some unfamiliar places, such as Atherton, located just north of the Stanford campus in San Mateo County ... Joseph Laria wrote.
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NBA’s Steph Curry joins neighbors in opposing affordable-housing plan for ritzy Atherton

The Los Angeles Times 03 Feb 2023
NBA star Steph Curry has joined neighbors in wealthy Atherton who object to the Bay Area city’s plans to build multifamily and affordable housing ... In a Jan ... There are state rules in place that attempt to impose responsibility in some unfamiliar places, such as Atherton, located just north of the Stanford campus in San Mateo County ... Joseph Laria wrote.
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Here's what you need to know about the new teacher-housing project in Palo Alto

Mountain View Voice 03 Feb 2023
What's the basic concept for the project? ... What's the history of this project? ... What's the project timeline? ... Santa Clara County donated the land and set aside $6 million from the Stanford Affordable Housing Fund, which comes from fees Stanford University pays to the county that are reserved for affordable housing within a 6-mile radius of the campus.
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Photo Gallery: Throwback – Stanford amidst drought

Stanford Daily 02 Feb 2023
24-31, 2022) is an exploration of the drought’s effect on Stanford and the land that surrounds the campus, as well as Stanford’s management of and response to the drought ... MEGAN KING/The Stanford Daily) Campus fountain running in the afternoon ... MEGAN KING/The Stanford Daily).
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Sam Bankman-Fried's parents used their house to bail him out. But they rent the land ...

Democratic Underground 01 Feb 2023
The prosecution termed it “the largest ever pretrial bond.” What hasn’t drawn notice is the fact that Joseph Bankman and Barbara Fried, who are professors at Stanford Law School, are not typical homeowners. Their property is a faculty home on the Stanford campus itself. Stanford owns the land, and Bankman and Fried lease it.
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University cops pull gun on Black man, CA police say. Now officials are investigating

Fresno Bee 01 Feb 2023
Stanford University in California is investigating an interaction between university police and a Black man on campus after Tweets about the interaction went viral. In a university statement, the Stanford ... .
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National Signing Day 2023: Nyckoles Harbor, Rodrick Pleasant among top prospects to watch

The Capital Journal 01 Feb 2023
But a few top prospects remain ... PT/1 p.m. ET ... And for good reason. The nation's No ... 123 overall prospect is expected to take a two-year LDS mission before arriving on a college campus. Lyons is believed to be strongly considering Georgia, Stanford and USC ... The 6-foot-6, 220-pound signal-caller is down to Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and Washington.
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Stanford police under scrutiny after drawing gun on Black man

Stanford Daily 31 Jan 2023
Last night, around 11 pm, I was taking a mind clearing walk around Stanford’s campus and witnessed a white police officer draw a gun on a young Black man ... The post acknowledged that social media “has carried accounts of a police interaction with an individual on the Stanford campus.”.
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Stanford scrutinized over deputy who drew gun on Black man

Mountain View Voice 31 Jan 2023
The Stanford Department of Public Safety is reviewing the incident and has asked the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office to also conduct a review, according to a Monday, Jan ... Data released by Stanford in 2021 shows a disproportionate number of police interactions with Black individuals, compared to their share of the campus community.
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Stanford community groups express concerns on expected affirmative action ban

Stanford Daily 31 Jan 2023
Sebastian Colondres-Torres ’25, a social chair for Stanford’s Society of Latinx Engineers (SOLE), said he was concerned about what this decision could mean for Hispanic or Latino students on campus, who make up 18% of the undergraduate student population. .
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FTX could owe Stanford money, creditors list shows

Stanford Daily 31 Jan 2023
And among the biggest names in tech, journalism and government, Stanford University was listed as a potential creditor ... Bankman-Fried, born to two Stanford Law professors, Joseph Bankman and Barbara Fried, grew up on campus, where he is now residing under house arrest. .

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