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1 hr ago | Tennis Now
Addressing the media for the first time since her bizarre default at Wimbledon, Serena Williams says she didn't realize how bad it was until after the fact.
5 hrs ago | Freshnews
The Congressional Medal of Honor Society announces that Sergeant Major Jon R. Cavaiani, Medal of Honor recipient, passed away Tuesday, July 29, 2014 in Stanford, California at age 70. He was awarded the Medal of Honor, the highest award given to those who acted with uncommon, selfless courage, by President Gerald Ford on December 12, 1974.
9 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
Stanford students march back to White Plaza after assembling outside of Vice Provost Greg Boardman's office to demand better protections for victims of sexual assault, during a rally at the plaza on June 5, 2014.
9 hrs ago | Stanford
Carla Shatz, director of Stanford Bio-X, credits the university's leadership and location for much of the program's success.
9 hrs ago | Stanford
A task force of students, faculty and staff has been named to recommend ways of strengthening Stanford's efforts to prevent and respond to cases of sexual assault, part of a series of steps the university is taking to foster a safe and respectful campus community.
10 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times
California Governor Jerry Brown listens over translation headphones as Mexico's Secretary of Foreign Affairs Jose Antonio Meade Kuribrena speaks during a joint press conference in Mexico City on Monday.
Venous thromboembolism is defined as a formation of a blood clot in a vein. A common location for the blood clot is the calf.
A tall and athletic 8th grader at Nativity School, Ted Minnis had caught the attention of legendary Menlo-Atherton High School football coach Ben Parks.
The United States has done worse than other wealthy countries at improving health for working-age adults while it has performed about the same in reducing mortality at ages over 65, according to new Stanford research.
When the Supreme Court recently ruled that Hobby Lobby and other closely held corporations are exempt from federally mandated contraceptive coverage, critics claimed the controversial decision undermined the legitimacy of the Supreme Court.
Sharks have been in the sea for over 400 million years. They are finely tuned for their aquatic environment with highly sophisticated sensors to monitor the water and detect prey.
This summer high school students from around the Bay Area are interning at labs and departments across Stanford.
"Light Graphic, Photogenic" is a photographic enlargement on particleboard by GyA rgy Kepes .
Studies of the origins of human sexuality and aggression are typically in the domain of the sciences, where researchers examine genetic, neurobiological, social and environmental factors.
World War I started 100 years ago, hastening the end of czarist rule. This history tells what happened - how under Nicholas II downtrodden workers, peasants and soldiers revolted against one harsh autocratic system, only to have it replaced by another.
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