Stanford Rape Case Judge Accused Of Leniency For Another Star AthleteA Bay Area judge slammed for his handling of a Stanford University swimmer's sexual assault case, is once again accused of giving another star athlete a break.
Professor Offers Advice On A Career In Higher Education In The Bay AreaWhile competition can be fierce among open teaching positions, an educator can play an important role for countless numbers of students.
Best Tracks For Exercise In The PeninsulaResidents who would prefer to get some exercise outside instead of at a fitness club or other indoor facility can still enjoy workouts at some of the best outdoor tracks in the Peninsula, all of which have free access. While these outdoor tracks may not be available at all times due to athletic events associated with each facility, running and walking on a track is definitely far safer than on city streets and dirt trails with uneven surfaces.
Hundreds of Families Learn Car Seat Safety at College of San MateoAbout one hundred families turned out at the College of San Mateo Saturday to learn car-seat safety and kids from the experts.
College Of San Mateo Opens New Building Amid Budget CutsThe new building is part of a $220 million College of San Mateo design and construction project funded by voter-approved bonds.
San Mateo Football Players Take Stand Against Domestic ViolenceOver 100 football players from the College of San Mateo signed a pledge to take a stand against domestic violence on Thursday.
Power Outage Cancels Classes at CSM