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Stanford holds off Cal to keep Pac-12 title hopes alive 17-14

November 18, 2017: Stanford Cardinal running back Cameron Scarlett (22) tries to escape Cal’s defense, during a NCAA Football game between the California Golden Bears and the Stanford Cardinal at the Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California. 601 more words


Northeastern Trails Close Throughout, Stanford Comes Out With 73-59 Win

Photo credit: @StanfordMBB

By Alexandra Evans

PALO ALTO — The Stanford Cardinal men’s basketball team faced the Northeastern Huskies this afternoon, who traveled to the Golden State from chilly Boston. 592 more words


Stanford University Graduate School of Business - MBA program

Before beginning a management career as a senior executive, Max James attended the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he earned a bachelor of science. 136 more words

Max James

Stanford and the Wind of Freedom

I am deeply embarrassed by the recent behavior of my alma mater, Stanford University, regarding its recent treatment of Robert Spencer, who spoke last night on campus concerning the topic of jihadi terrorism. 738 more words

Song In My Head #88: "If Not True" by Velvet Crush

Fun fact: The first time I heard the “‘Free Bird’!” heckle, I was watching Velvet Crush open for the Jesus and Mary Chain at Stanford’s Memorial Auditorium. 76 more words

The life of a sleeping muscle stem cell is very busy

For biological processes, knowing when to slow down is as important as knowing when to step on the accelerator. Take for example muscle stem cells. In a healthy state, these cells mostly lay quiet and rarely divide but upon injury, they bolt into action by dividing and specializing into new muscle cells to help repair damaged muscle tissue. 512 more words

Stem Cell Research