Loma Prieta Earthquake
Santa Cruz Mountains (Loma Prieta), California
1989 10-17 05:04:15 p.m. PDT
Stanford to reopen for staff, students following Oct. 17 quake
Two days after the temblor, classes are set to resume on the Farm.
Stanford picks up, begins life anew in earthquake aftermath
The campus community returned Thursday, re-establishing a daily routine.
Students' reaction to quake varies, but emotions are high
For many, displacement after the earthquake is emotional and physical.
Memorial Church closed after major damage from the shaking
Concrete, tile and splintered wood litter surfaces throughout the building.
More then 750,000 books picked up following Oct. 17 quake
Staff volunteers rallied to hastily reshelve volumes tossed by the temblor.
Stanford finding long-term housing for displaced students
Residences for about 150 students remain uninhabitable.
Art Museum closed; quake damage may take two years to repair
Severe structural problems have rendered the building unsafe to enter.
Old west wing of Green Library took worst hit, Kennedy says
Donning a hard hat, the Stanford president toured the damaged building.
Provisions for next big quake stashed underground at Stanford
Workers will build holds for tools, medical supplies and food.
One year after earthquake, some are still displaced, but coping
Temporary homes and classrooms have become a way of life on campus.
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