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Stanford is 50! It turns out we’re not the only one. Walk with us down memory lane as we sample some of the wonders and horrors of the 1973–74 academic year
on the Farm, and in the world around.
For 50 years, Stanford has been telling the story of the university and its alumni. See what else just became vintage.
By Kathy Zonana
The glee is in the journey—one replete with reading.
Two undergrads pull off a heist to remember.
The efforts of Edward Steinman, representing Chinese children in San Francisco, would transform bilingual education in the United States.
Professor Fernando Alegría became a leader of the Chilean community in exile.
In 1973, Stanford hired its first two female police officers.
For 50 years, the LGBTQ+ community has made the second floor of the Fire Truck House its home.
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