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Clarence Goodson led the U.S. soccer team onto the Stanford Stadium field for Day 1 of World Cup training, about 20 paces ahead of teammates.
Stanford University has become the largest school to say it won't invest in coal mining companies because of climate change concerns.
Texas Tech University remained hopeful Tuesday that ex-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will accept one of three speaking offers for future graduation ceremonies.
Liberals advocate many wonderful things. In fact, I suspect that most conservatives would prefer to live in the kind of world envisioned by liberals, rather than in the kind of world envisioned by conservatives.
A pro traditional-marriage equality event will be held at Stanford University next month. The school will pay for it. Before deciding to fund the event, the school was accused of trying to censoring the event based on its controversial nature.
Two environmental groups have sued the National Marine Fisheries Service over two water systems operated by Stanford University that they claim are harming threatened fish.
Stanford University is eliminating sales of cigarettes, chewing tobacco and e-cigarettes starting next month.
A suspicious backpack that prompted evacuations at Stanford University has been determined not to be a threat.
California expects to make significant strides over the next month as the program plays for what it hopes is another special March.