McCaffrey Runs For 156 Yards, No. 18 Stanford Beats Arizona 55-17Christian McCaffrey ran for 156 yards and a touchdown, Remound Wright scored three times and No. 18 Stanford overwhelmed Arizona 55-17 on Saturday night.
Stanford, UC Berkeley Grads Most Likely To Work For FacebookThe social media site has no shortage of talented people vying for spots on the payroll, but it seems attending one of its feeder schools may hedge your bets.
Stanford Stunned In 16-6 Loss To NorthwesternNo. 21 Stanford could not get its passing game going, and the Cardinal went nowhere when they tried to run. It was one miserable loss to Northwestern and a big bucket of cold water on the idea that a strong finish last season would fuel a better start for the Cardinal this year.
Toyota Investing $50 Million In Artificial Intelligence Research At Stanford, MITToyota is investing $50 million with Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in hopes of gaining an edge in an accelerating race to phase out human drivers.
Cal Has Chance To Play Spoiler For In-State Rivals Stanford, UCLA And USCCal has an excellent chance to play a wild card role in the Pac-12 championship hunt against its in-state rivals.
3 Bay Area Universities Ranked Best In WorldThe Center for World-Class universities in Shanghai took half a dozen factors into account including alumni and staff winning prestigious awards and the number of articles published in nature and science journals.
Vandals Rip Arm Off Statue Of Weeping Angel Of Grief At StanfordThe marble arm of the weeping Angel of Grief at Stanford University, was discovered missing.
Bomb Threat At Stanford University Closes Graduate School Of Business For The DayPolice and sheriff's deputies searched half of the buildings in Stanford University's graduate school of business complex after someone made a bomb threat Friday morning.
Stanford Tech Expert: Dream Of Free And Open Internet DyingThe dream of a free and open Internet is slowly being killed by overregulation, censorship and bad laws that don't stop the right people, a top computer crime defense lawyer says.
Police: Stanford Student Built Guns Used In Walnut Creek Murder-SuicideA 21-year-old Lafayette native built the firearms he used to kill a 19-year-old woman and then himself at her home in Walnut Creek last month, police said Tuesday.
Stanford Loses Title As Nation's Most Gay-Friendly UniversityThe Bay Area takes the rainbow cake for having the most epic Gay Pride festivities, but not so much when it comes to LGBTQ-friendly universities, according to a new ranking.
2 College Students Found Dead At Walnut Creek Home In Apparent Murder-SuicidePolice are investigating an apparent murder-suicide after finding two college students shot to death at a Walnut Creek home.