The change comes after students began circulating a petition for the creation of a department in the wake of the George Floyd protests.
Zoom fatigue is real. Spending so much time online, even if you're talking to friends through video, can make you tired, irritated and emotionally drained.
A couple from Atherton has donated $80 million to Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford and Stanford University's School of Medicine to improve the services available to Bay Area mothers and babies.
Two new variants of the coronavirus have been found in the Bay Area, according to researchers at Stanford University.
Health experts are keeping their eyes on new and mutating strains of coronavirus. Now Bay Area scientists have a tool to determine if those strains are circulating in our neighborhoods.
The federal government is making changes to its vaccine guidelines and expanding groups eligible for vaccine doses to include people age 65 and older, along with adults with some pre-existing conditions.
Stanford Medical Center finds itself embarrassed and under criticism for administering a COVID-19 vaccine to non-clinical and non-front line staff.
Thousands of Stanford healthcare workers could receive COVID-19 vaccinations by the end of the year. This, as Dept. of Medicine officials revamp their vaccination distribution schedule.
Ahmed Muhammed got into Stanford with an impressive 4.7 GPA and an SAT score of 1540, receiving a perfect 800 in the Math section and a 740 in the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section. He had taken the college entrance exams his sophomore year and also received high scores in the SAT's subject tests receiving an 800 in math and a 790 in chemistry.
Stanford has apologized for "errors" in the way that it distributed COVID vaccines to a small number of medical residents and fellows.
Body-cam footage from Nov. 30 shows 33-year-old Ekom Udofia approaching police officers, while they yelled repeatedly for him to drop his weapon, which was later identified as a BB gun.
Tara VanDerveer became the winningest women's college basketball coach, passing the late Pat Summitt with her 1,099th victory as No. 1 Stanford romped past Pacific 104-61
Public health officials call the day historic but warn the moment of hope comes with a caution.
Stanford cradled the actual axe trophy that was now theirs again.
The game was Stanford's first win of the season.
California and Stanford both come into the rivalry matchup with both teams winless for the first time. They’re also playing on a Friday in another first, just the third game for each team when it should be the fourth.
The teams have previously dealt with cancellations because of coronavirus.
Saint Mary's men's basketball travels to North Dakota for a 12-team tournament and Cal heads to Oregon.
With Thanksgiving two weeks away, the doctor in charge of Stanford’s Critical Care Task Force for Covid-19 is making a plea to rethink the holiday and limit travel.
One thousand Bay Area volunteers could represent the leading edge in the race to create a COVID-19 vaccine. Stanford University is using the group as part of the final stage trials on a virus vaccine.