John Getreu Convicted Of 1974 Cold Case Murder On Stanford CampusA jury convicted 77-year-old John Getreu Tuesday of first-degree murder in one of two cold case murders on the Stanford University campus from the 1970s he was charged with after new DNA evidence was uncovered.
Stanford Blood Center Urgently Seeks Donations As Supply Dips Over Labor Day WeekendThe Stanford Blood Center urgently needs blood donations to help replenish its short supply following the Labor Day holiday, center officials said on Wednesday.
Stanford Students Call For Expulsion Of Classmate Over Racist, Violent Posts On Social MediaThousands of Stanford students were calling for the expulsion of a classmate over a string of racist comments and violent posts on social media.
EPA Grants Nearly $3M To Bay Area Institutions For Wildfire Smoke ResearchThree Bay Area research projects will share nearly $3 million in federal grants to study how people can reduce their exposure to toxic wildfire smoke, according to an announcement Wednesday from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
COVID: Stanford Requiring Weekly Coronavirus Tests For Students This Fall, Even If VaccinatedOfficials at Stanford University announced that all students who will be coming to campus for in-person learning for Fall 2021 must be vaccinated against COVID-19 and undergo periodic coronavirus testing, regardless of vaccination status.
Stanford Researchers Lead National Alliance Using Advanced Tech to Boost Human PerformanceStanford scientists are using technology to unlock the secrets of human performance and overcome the body's weaknesses.
Hot-Hitting Stanford Sends Arizona Packing In College World SeriesBrock Jones homered, doubled and drove in five runs to lead one of Stanford's most productive offensive performances of the season in a 14-5 victory over Arizona in a College World Series elimination game Monday.
Stanford Researchers Raise Concerns About Long-Haul COVID-19 PatientsIn the Bay Area, the number of deaths and hospitalizations due to COVID-19 are way, way down from earlier this year. Meanwhile, a new study from Stanford shows the health threat is far from over.
Stanford Backtracks On Decision To Cut 11 Varsity Sports Programs Following Outcry, LawsuitsStanford University announced Tuesday it will no longer drop 11 varsity sports programs it stunningly announced last July, following a community outcry and two lawsuits by affected student-athletes.
Stanford Student Athletes Protest Cuts, Call For 11 Varsity Teams To Be RestoredHundreds of student-athletes at Stanford staged a protest outside the school president's office Monday, hoping to convince the university to reverse its decision to cut 11 varsity sports programs.
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott Stepping Down At End Of JunePac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott is stepping down at the end of June, ending an 11-year tenure.
Wildfires Produced Up To Half Of Pollution In Western U.S. In Recent Years, Stanford / UC Study FindsWildfire smoke accounted for up to half of all health-damaging small particle air pollution in the western U.S. in recent years as warming temperatures fueled more destructive blazes.
Stanford Hoover Institution Fellow Dr. Scott Atlas Resigns As Trump COVID-19 AdvisorDr. Scott Atlas, a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution who has faced controversy for advising President Donald Trump on the COVID-19 pandemic, has resigned.
No. 2 Stanford Women Rout Cal Poly In 1st Game Since Start Of PandemicStanford (1-0), one of four Pac-12 teams in the preseason Top-10 rankings and five among the top 18, used a 26-2 run to end the first half.
Stanford Faculty Condemn Hoover Institution Fellow, Trump COVID-19 Advisor Dr. Scott Atlas - 'An Embarrassment To The University'Members of Stanford University's faculty senate approved a measure condemning Hoover Institution fellow Dr. Scott Atlas for his work advising President Donald Trump on the COVID-19 pandemic, with one member calling his actions "an embarrassment to the university."