Redwood City campus moves ahead

The buildings are taking shape at Stanford's new campus, while a variety of other planning activities are progressing in anticipation of the campus opening in 2019.

Hoover opens new David and Joan Traitel Building

The dynamic space is designed to enhance cooperation and efficiency across Hoover’s departments and provide conference and workshop facilities to host hundreds of visitors.

Middle Plaza project moves ahead

A Stanford project including new housing, retail and office space along El Camino Real in Menlo Park is a step closer to reality with the city council’s support.

Old county jail rediscovered on Stanford land

Biologists and archaeologists hoping to improve the lives of threatened species rediscover remnants of the facility for petty criminals on Old Page Mill Road. The rediscovery of the jail surprised even long-time university archeologist Laura Jones.

Historic Old Chemistry building to reopen

After standing empty for three decades, Old Chem, one of Stanford's historic and most beloved buildings, will reopen late this fall as the Sapp Center for Science Teaching and Learning.

Naming committee seeks campus suggestions

Members of the campus community are being asked to offer their suggestions about principles for the reconsideration and renaming of landmarks that honor historical figures whose legacies have been called into question, including Junipero Serra.