At her Valentine’s Day event in San Francisco, filmmaker-slash-cartoonist Hilary Campbell will turn her artistry and storytelling into a live event.Read More
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The day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, millions across the world marched in support for women’s rights. A week later, after Trump signed a controversial executive order barring immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries and refugees, protests erupted at airports across the U.S. To bring context to these recent events, we used Legos to help visualize the protests and the numbers of refugees in the country.
Uber, Lyft and other ride-share providers in California aren’t required to obtain business licenses for their drivers.
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The number of refugees coming from Iraq, Somalia and Bhutan has actually decreased or remained stable from 2014 to 2015.Read More
Comprehending the numbers of people who protested in January’s historic Women’s March is difficult to understand just by the numbers. That’s where Legos come in.Read More
We visualized the number of protesters at five major airports, following President Trump’s immigration ban executive order.Read More
In fiscal year 2016, the U.S. admitted 84,995 refugees – the highest number since the turn of the century. According to Pew Research analysis, only 10 states resettled the majority of refugees. Six of those states voted Republican in the 2016 presidential election.Read More
This video uses LEGOs to show the international countries where the most protesters turned out, during global marches for women’s rights on Jan. 21.Read More
Millions around the country marched in support of women’s rights and equality last weekend, some carrying signs on which they criticized new President Donald Trump and his administration.Read More
The proposed construction of a 600,000-sq. ft. office building near Google’s main campus is worrying local residents, commuters and City Council members who say peak-hour traffic already creates a gridlock on the city’s major traffic routes.
The interior of Santa Clara University’s 328-square-foot tiny house model. (Siqi Lin/Peninsula Press) #theta360 - Spherical Image - RICOH THETAEXPLORE A TINY HOUSE IN THE 360-DEGREE PHOTO ABOVE.
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Ready to downsize? Nine college teams proved the possibilities of living in a space less than 400 square feet in a sustainable way at a recent tiny house competition.
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To bring context to recent events, we used Legos to help visualize the Women’s March, executive order protests and the numbers of refugees in the country.
In a new series of 360-degree immersive videos, we introduce you to Stanford students and alumni who take you inside their sports and hobbies.
Congresswoman Anna Eshoo discussed housing, transportation, immigration, cybersecurity, airplane noise, and the Syrian refugee crisis during a roundtable discussion with the Peninsula Press.