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May 2021

A Guide to Adulting

Former dean of freshmen Julie Lythcott-Haims on the art of growing up.

By

Sam Scott

Features

May 2021

The Statesman

George Shultz is best known for his work in the 1980s to end the nuclear arms race. But the economist and diplomat was a public servant to the end.

By

Kevin Cool

March 12, 2021

What’s the Big Deal About the Post Office?

Historian Cameron Blevins, PhD ’15, on the past and future of the USPS.

By

Elizabeth Lindqwister

March 2021

The Bard of Barbecue

Adrian Miller is a lawyer by training, a church council director by profession and a soul food scholar by avocation. And what people most want to talk to him about is a perfectly cooked sparerib.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

March 2021

A Cut Above

Ana Ziadeh celebrates 50 years with Stanford Dining.

By

Jill Patton

March 2021

Small Doses

Kari Nadeau is transforming the treatment of food allergies, one morsel at a time.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

March 2021

Schoolhouse Rocked

The pandemic crumbled cornerstones of U.S. education. The question now is what will emerge from the rubble.

By

Sam Scott

March 2021

Financial Help in a Pandemic

How the Stanford community has rallied to bridge the gap.

By

Sam Scott

March 2021

Stanford, Home Edition

In which we commence telling the tale of seven frosh.

By

Christine Foster

March 2021

The Pulse of LGBTQ Health

Two School of Medicine researchers know that better care begins with data.

By

Charity Ferreira

March 2021

Red Planet Road Trip

A new rover digs into Mars.

By

Sam Scott

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