Stories published in 2017

Stanford collects donations for victims of North Bay fires

The Stanford Cycling team held a one-day drive on Monday, the same day that Cardinal at Work Cares announced it has partnered with the Veterinary Technology Program at Foothill Community College to launch a donation drive to help pets displaced by the North Bay fires.

Effects of rolling back the Clean Power Plan

Early October the EPA moved to roll back the Obama-era Clean Power Plan. Stanford legal and economic experts discuss this move and what it means for attempts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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When are mass shootings acts of terrorism?

In a Q&A, Stanford terrorism expert Martha Crenshaw discusses when to call a mass shooting an act of terrorism, and why it is important to distinguish between the two forms of violence.