Stanford Varsity Sports Cuts Could Decimate U.S. Olympics TeamStanford's removal of nine Olympic sports from its 36-team varsity program will likely impact the talent pool in the Olympic pipeline for years to come.
Stanford Undergrads Disinvited From Living on Campus this FallStanford University’s undergraduate students learned Thursday they will not be allowed to live on campus this fall, despite previous statements to the contrary from the school.
Stanford University To Cut 11 Varsity Sports Over COVID-19 Financial ChallengesStanford University announced Wednesday that it plans to discontinue 11 sports from its athletics program due to financial concerns that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reopening: Stanford University Would Rotate Students On Campus by Academic QuartersOfficials at Stanford University announced some details of its plan to reopen this fall, after the coronavirus pandemic forced classes to go online.
Study: COVID-19 Lockdowns Sends Emissions Down 17%, But Change May Be TemporaryAs predicted, carbon dioxide emissions have declined during the Covid-19 pandemic. But if past crises are any indication, the environmental gains may be short-lived.
Fire Torches Area Around The Dish, Massive Antenna In Stanford FoothillsA smoky fire burned Friday at the site of The Dish, the massive radio antenna in Stanford foothills.
Stanford Study Indicates COVID-19 Cases Far More Widespread Than ReportedStanford University researchers on Friday announced startling new results from a study which indicates Santa Clara County residents may have been infected 50 to 85 times more than the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in early April.
Coronavirus Update: Stanford Study Suggests COVID-19 Infections Much More Widespread Than ReportedNew findings from Stanford University researchers study suggests coronavirus infections are much more widespread than what health authorities have determined.
Major League Baseball Teams Up With Stanford Researchers in Fight Against COVID-19Ballparks across the country have shut down but Major League Baseball’s 30 teams are playing a big role in finding out how widespread COVID-19 really is.
Coronavirus Pandemic Disrupts Graduations For Thousands Of College, High School SeniorsStanford student Jenna Garden is the first in her family to attend college, but because of COVID-19 she won't be celebrating years of hard work with her family, friends and teachers on graduation day in June.
Coronavirus Update: 25 People With Ties To Stanford Test PositiveAt least 25 people with ties to Stanford University have tested positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Tuesday.
Coronavirus Update: Stanford Undergrad Tests Positive For COVID-19; Students Ordered Off Campus By WednesdayStanford University officials announced late Friday the first confirmation of an undergraduate student testing positive for COVID-19 and set a Wednesday afternoon deadline for students to leave campus
Royals Prince Harry and Meagan Markle Make Secret Trip To Bay Area Without any fanfare, pomp or circumstances, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle apparently made to a trip to the San Francisco Bay Area this week to huddle to professors at Stanford University and discuss plans for their new charitable organization.
Historian Fears Stanford’s MLK Collection Not A PriorityThe Stanford historian tasked with protecting the documents and other artifacts of Martin Luther King Jr. is anxious about what will become of them when he retires.
Man Running 8 Marathons In 8 Days For Stanford Children's HealthA Bay Area man has decided to run eight marathons in eight days on seven continents to challenge himself, according to Stanford Children's Health, where he works.