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Should everyone receive a small, stable income from the government? The idea is going around again, and some think its time has come.
Deni Ellis Béchard
For the first time since spring 2020, there are several thousand undergraduates on the Farm. The university has big plans for how they’ll live and learn.
Stanford faculty are blazing paths in fire control and prevention to help us live in a changed climate.
An aspiring military trauma surgeon from the Midwest.
The venerable venue celebrates 100 years. Sort of.
In the midst of family tragedy, a father decides that the best path is candor.
When the time-space continuum encounters a force for good.
The improbable, coincidental and utterly true story of an alum who went missing for 13 years, and the friends who found him.
Stegner’s ‘labor of an afternoon’ struck a chord around the world.
The written world of Wallace Stegner was one of calloused hands and expansive beauty. His most famous pupils saw things differently.
How a boy who played with fire (and mercury, and bleach) became a bioengineer who brought $1 origami microscopes (and paper centrifuges, and snorkel-mask PPE) to the world.