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On leaving a big life decision up to chance.
By Mary Poindexter McLaughlin
My simple mistake changed everything.
And here’s what I think we all need to do right now.
30 years after stumbling through a lost academic quarter, I officially graduated from Stanford University.
Something about ‘having work done’ makes us uncomfortable. It shouldn’t.
I'd lie down in traffic for my Cardinal cap. Or would I?
We worked for the New York Times in Moscow during the Gorbachev era. We look forward to a day when information flows freely in Russia again.
Philip Taubman and Felicity Barringer
“Red means air raid warning. Green means my family is back online.” How it feels to be a Stanford student from Ukraine right now.
Why we should never stop attempting hard things.
The ramps are calling, and I must go.
One man of letters remembers another.
Daniel A. Olivas
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