Stanford Disavows Statements From Hoover Institution Fellow, White House Advisor Dr. Scott AtlasStanford University is disassociating itself from Dr. Scott Atlas, a White House science advisor who has the ear of President Donald Trump and who has issued statements on the coronavirus pandemic that run counter to widely-accepted guidance and the administration's own health experts.
Stanford Begins Shortened College Football Season Against No. 12 OregonStanford has won two straight at Autzen, including an overtime victory in 2018.
Santa Clara Supes Approve Title IX Review Of Schools, CollegesA review of how Santa Clara County K-12 schools and colleges are complying with Title IX rules and regulations is moving forward following a unanimous vote by the Board of Supervisors -- the first review of its kind in the nation.
Pac-12 Establishes Cancellation, Tiebreaker Procedures For COVID-19 Shortened Football SeasonThe Pac-12 has established cancellation and tiebreaker policies for its virus-truncated football season.
California School Removes Name Of Former Stanford President, Eugenics BackerThe Los Angeles school board has renamed David Starr Jordan High School to simply Jordan High School to remove its association with its namesake, a former Stanford University president and promoter of eugenics.
Stanford President David Starr Jordan's Name To Be Removed From Campus Spaces Over Role In Eugenics MovementStanford University announced this week that it will remove the name of David Starr Jordan, the school's first president, from several campus landmarks over his role promoting the eugenics movement.
UC Berkeley Physiologist Receives MacArthur Genius Grant For Research On ContraceptivesA researcher at UC Berkeley whose work could lead to new contraceptives for men and women was among 21 recipients of the prestigious MacArthur genius grant.
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.