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December 2018

Intestinal Fortitude

Poop pills? Talking toilets? New insights into the microbial world within us are redrawing the roads to a healthy constitution.

By

Sam Scott

Features

September 2018

After Five Near Misses, Is This the Year a Stanford Player Wins the Heisman?

Bryce Love is the preseason favorite to win the coveted trophy. Fingers crossed.

September 2018

For Stanford, ‘What Better Looks Like’

Tessier-Lavigne weighs in on planning process, campus issues.

July 19, 2018

McFaul and Putin: The Backstory

Shortly after he left his ambassadorship in 2014, the political scientist was optimistic about the future of U.S.-Russia relations.

By

Robert L. Strauss

July 19, 2018

Putin’s Interrogation Targets Have Deep Stanford Roots

“Offer” to Trump eyes alumni and current faculty member.

By

Sam Scott

July 2018

The Career Pivot: It’s Not Just for People

Stanford’s SLAC finds new purpose with world’s most powerful lasers.

By

Sam Scott

July 2018

Where to Find Inspiration? Maybe at Your Feet.

Photographer Mary Jo Hoffman reveals the beauty of everyday objects.

By

Mike Vangel

July 2018

Your Computer May Know You Have Parkinson's. Shall It Tell You?

Based on your search history, your location data and even how you mouse, Eric Horvitz’s algorithms could alert you when it’s time to see a doctor.

By

Jonathan Rabinovitz

July 2018

Bullets, Blood and Ice

A professor-prospector's gritty lessons from the land.

By

Daniel Arnold

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