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September 19, 2019

Online Exclusives

Branner Will Never Suck?!

23 ways the Class of 2023’s Stanford experience will be unlike yours.

By

Summer Moore Batte and Kathy Zonana

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September 25, 2019

Essays

Just Our Luck

Reflecting on life’s randomness after a dire diagnosis.

By

Dave Iverson

September 20, 2019

All Right Now

Continuously Calculating Cancer’s Chances

Stanford researchers take a page from sports-betting playbook.

By

Kevin Cool

September 2019

Features

Working His Magic

Andrew Evans uses what he learned in Stanford’s product design program to create illusions that make audiences marvel.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

September 2019

Features

Can They Ever Catch Up?

The eldest millennials are pushing middle age, and most of them still can’t buy a house. The problems—and possible solutions—for a generation that can’t escape the Great Recession.

By

Rebecca Beyer

September 2019

Columns

The Medical Mystery Tour

What happens when you have something doctors have never seen before.

By

Kathy Zonana

September 2019

All Right Now

What You Don’t Know About Units of Measure

Collaborating with aliens—and one another—just got easier.

By

Mei-Lan Steimle

September 2019

All Right Now

Queen for a Day

A gig as a backup Avenger reinforced Kaeche Liburd’s determination to succeed in Hollywood.

By

Corinne Purtill

September 2019

Features

‘When You Don’t Know, You Feel Alone in the World’

The odyssey of having an undiagnosed disease.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

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