editor’s choice

July 2019

Features

Deceit Gets Smarter. Can Truth Keep Up?

Artificial intelligence is remaking the news. Those who control it are reshaping society.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

Features

The Legend of the Almost Lost

A vault. An unlikely group of heroes. An 11th-hour rescue. Here’s how a team of editors and librarians saved a piece of history.

By

Michael Shapiro

All Right Now

Your Breakfast Has a Backstory

Much of what we eat has its roots in military research.

By

Charity Ferreira

All Right Now

Moose Gets a Call from the Hall

Mike Mussina, ’91, becomes the first Cardinal player inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. His career, by the numbers.

By

Kevin Cool

multimedia

Features

FLI at Stanford: The Voices of First-gen and Low-income Students

There have long been Stanford students who were the first in their families to go to college, or who came from low-income backgrounds. Today, they’re building a common identity–FLI, for first-generation/low-income–and changing student life for everyone.