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Artificial intelligence is remaking the news. Those who control it are reshaping society.
After my name, it’s probably the most special thing about me—and it’s used as a slur in Europe.
A successful author takes a second shot at the GRE, 40 years after the first.
Feeling like you should explore beyond the microwave? Jess Dang has your back.
Young gamers’ brains encode the characters for decades.
Mike Mussina, ’91, becomes the first Cardinal player inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. His career, by the numbers.
Students in the Design for Extreme Affordability program focus on cerebral palsy.
Much of what we eat has its roots in military research.
And what we all can learn from it.
A cast of characters that can jump, swim and hug.
Prototype shows off new type of memory.
Stanford sketch comics on networking, interior design and staying relevant.
An artist, writer and aspiring architect explores her heritage.
Apple CEO Tim Cook urges graduates to be ‘builders‘ and to serve causes greater than themselves.
The arts are flourishing at Stanford, thanks in part to several new facilities.
We strive to supply variety. But there are inevitably a few common threads.
New releases that inspire us.
New and Notable
The amphitheater glows after a two-year renovation.
Summer Moore Batte
Devah Iwalani Pager, MA ’97
Geraldeen Gregg Chester, ’65
John Clarke L’Heureux
William Alfred Newsom III, JD ’60, MA ’61
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