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Stories told during a time of pandemic. We will add to this collection in the coming months.
Bay Area public health officers had prepared all their lives for the possibility of a pandemic. That didn’t make their decisions any easier.
By Deni Ellis Béchard
4 Stanford scholars on how the pandemic could transform us.
A Stanford doctor wrote some rhymes to explain social distancing to his toddler. Next thing he knew, he had self-published a book.
Summer Moore Batte
Chaplaincy takes on a new look.
In overwhelmed eastern Peru, an Indigenous alum rallies a scrappy medical brigade to confront COVID-19.
Stanford’s English department gets its Zoom groove on.
Washington state health officer Kathy Lofy, ’93, remembers the beginning of the pandemic.
Deni Ellis Béchard
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