Safety & emergency

When disaster strikes at home for Stanford students

In the last several months, Stanford students were personally affected by hurricanes, earthquakes and wildfires. Chris Griffith, associate vice provost for student affairs, explains how the university responded to students in need.

Dish reopened after fire

Stanford’s Dish was reopened Wednesday, Aug. 23, after it was briefly closed due to a brush fire late Tuesday night. That fire burned an estimated 3 acres in the popular hiking area.

Q&A: Laura Wilson and Keith Perry talk about active shooter situations

In the aftermath of a shooting and lockdown at the UCLA campus on Wednesday, Stanford Police Chief Laura Wilson and Stanford Emergency Planner Keith Perry spoke to Stanford Report about precautions the campus community can take in such an emergency and preventive efforts on campus.

Faculty Senate endorses resolution on sexual offenses

The Faculty Senate approved a resolution saying that a recent campus climate survey provides valuable information on sexual offenses at Stanford, and that additional data analysis and a review of sexual assault definitions are needed.