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The 37-ton Israeli tank - complete with a 75 mm cannon and a .50-caliber machine gun - sold for $293,000 at what was billed as one of the largest auctions of military vehicles ever.
3 hrs ago | Stanford
When Connie Wolf took over the helm at the Cantor Arts Center in 2012, she began seeking out opportunities to build on the Cantor's strong collections and its legacy.
3 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Stanford is the two-time defending Pac-12 champion with back-to-back victories over North rival Oregon.
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7 hrs ago | Saratoga News
Shaluinn Fullove joined an impressive list when she competed in the 40th annual Los Gatos Dammit Run last summer.
11 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Commercial Bank of California has appointed Xavier A. Gutierrez to its board of directors, it was announced Tuesday.
GIVE us the right levers and we shall feed the world. The lion's share of the world's problems with food production stem from just a dozen or so countries and regions.
Gov. Jerry Brown has always sought to be a transformational leader. In his first stint as governor, three of his appointees to the California Supreme Court were indeed transformational, but perhaps not in the way Brown had hoped.
Menlo School grad Maddy Price advanced to the semifinals of the women's 400 meters at the IAAF World Junior Track and Field Championships after clocking the fourth-fastest prelim time on Wednesday.
Graduate students at Stanford will have a new place to call home when the Donald Kennedy Graduate Residences - located in the heart of Escondido Village - open on Aug. 15. The complex, which is named after Donald Kennedy, president emeritus of Stanford, will house 436 graduate students in fully furnished apartments, including junior studios, ... (more)
The Very Rev. Dr. Jane Shaw, dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, has been named dean for religious life at Stanford University, Provost John Etchemendy announced today.
On a recent summer morning, a lecture hall at Stanford Graduate School of Business was filled with students from around the world who were ready to analyze the fall - and subsequent resurrection - of an American kidney dialysis company.
Alan Trounson in 2006. His recent move from the California stem cell agency to Stem Cell Inc. is once again raising questions about conflicts of interest on the state board.
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