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New Stanford Business School Complex

Original post made by Paul Losch, a resident of Palo Alto, on Nov 12, 2010

I had occasion to go on Campus Drive at Stanford the other day, and get a glimpse of the emerging archipelego of buildings that will be the new campus of the Graduate School of Business.

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Posted by Make a point
a resident of Stanford
on Nov 12, 2010 at 8:30 am

"Maybe we in Palo Alto can connect these dots as it applies to plans for the Medical Center?"
If you want to make a point, Paul, then make it. No need to be obtuse.
So what is the point you are trying to make?

The way I see it this is another example of Stanford growing and changing with the times --an idea that is an anethma in Palo Alto. Fortunately this is an area that is not under direct control of the PA city council, otherwise we would have heard whining about housing and traffic and demands for "mitigation" from Stanford.
Sometimes I think Palo Alto would like Stanford to be like it was 100 years ago--rolling pastures, few buildings, no internet, no running water etc.


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Posted by Paul Losch
a resident of Palo Alto
on Nov 12, 2010 at 2:02 pm

Paul Losch is a registered user.

Dear 'make a point:"

Well put.

I strongly support the development of the Medical Center at Stanford, for the record.

Doing this blog, I at times offer up a point of view, and at other times provide some observations, with a hope that readers of it will provide their opinions. It really depends on the topic.

Thanks for reading my blog.


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