editor’s choice

December 2019

All Right Now

Over-the-Counter Cancer Tests?

Trevor Martin, PhD ’17, wants to bring diagnostic kits to a drugstore near you in an attempt to “democratize disease detection.”

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

latest

December 12, 2019

Advice

8 Tips for Forgiving Someone Who Hurt You

Forgiveness is the ability to regain peace when part of your life didn’t work out the way you wanted. Who doesn’t want that?

By

Charity Ferreira

December 10, 2019

Online Exclusives

2019 Gift Guide for Book Lovers

We looked back at some of our favorite recent Stanford-related titles to find the perfect book for everyone on your list.

By

the editors at Stanfordmag.org

December 10, 2019

Essays

My Buddy System

Making new friends the awkward way.

By

Mei-Lan Steimle

December 10, 2019

Essays

Grace for the Grasshopper

How my students showed me the flip side of an Aesop's fable.

By

Elizabeth Wallace

December 6, 2019

Online Exclusives

Our Top Stories of 2019

Have you read them all?

By

Summer Moore Batte

November 25, 2019

Advice

Are You Trapped in a Bad Food Relationship?

Physician Maya Adam wants you to love food that loves you back.

By

Charity Ferreira

December 2019

Columns

The Fascinating Stanford Family

Leland Sr.’s drive to conquer a continent and his youngest brother’s belief in the occult are just two of the mesmerizing tales to tell.

By

Kathy Zonana

December 2019

Features

The Curious Case of Thomas Welton Stanford

How Leland’s brother (accidentally) helped psychology come of age.

By

Jonathan Fetter-Vorm

November 22, 2019

Advice

How to Be Present

And what that even means.

By

Melina Walling

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