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Dams help us. Dams harm us. Now, longtime adversaries are coming together to bridge that uncomfortable divide.
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I'd lie down in traffic for my Cardinal cap. Or would I?
Today's youth likely have decades of “extra” time coming to them. Psychologist Laura Carstensen wants them to spread those years out.
Jessica Jordan’s book collection is prizeworthy.
We worked for the New York Times in Moscow during the Gorbachev era. We look forward to a day when information flows freely in Russia again.
Philip Taubman and Felicity Barringer
30 years after stumbling through a lost academic quarter, I officially graduated from Stanford University.
A doctoral student and teacher on the value of exchange.
What ‘A Friendship Mission’ wrought.
Stanford people in the news and on the move.
Behind the tech that is connecting farmworkers with aid.
A former Cardinal athlete coached NASCAR pit crews into racing shape—and made the sport even faster.
The return of the in-person Powwow provides an opportunity to reflect on Stanford’s relationship with Native American communities.
A parable for a polarized time.
New and Notable
Summer Moore Batte
New releases that inspire us.
David R. Boggs, MS ’73, PhD ’82
Peter Cole, ’53
Lise MacPhee, ’19
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