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The state has made an ambitious plan: 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2045. Four experts weigh in on how—and whether it’s possible—to get there.
By Jill Patton
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.
‘An interesting sort of job.’
The Endangered Species Act of 1973 would come to protect the Farm-famous amphibian.
The ill-fated World Football League drafts one Stanford player.
The Native American Cultural Center becomes the center of Indigenous community on campus.
DeGuerre Pool opens, and students dive right in.
B. Gerald Cantor commits to the campus.
‘Right will prevail in the end,’ Cox tells the audience in Frost Amphitheater.
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