editor’s choice

March 11, 2020

Essays

Life Cycles

A beachside bike path led me back to the Farm.

By

Dorothy Chin

latest

April 3, 2020

Features

Young Blood and the Search for Biological Immortality

If you put young blood into old mice, they—and their cells—will appear biologically younger. Harnessing this to remedy the ills of human aging while avoiding premature commercialization is the puzzle of a lifetime.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

April 2, 2020

Online Exclusives

Diary of a Hospitalist

Hospitalist Kate Knepper, ’93, checks in throughout the pandemic.

By

Kathy Zonana

March 27, 2020

Online Exclusives

Crayons Not Included

Give Stanford your personal Cardinal flair.

March 24, 2020

Online Exclusives

The Stanford Binge-Watching Guide

Stream the latest and greatest from your fellow alumni.

By

Stanford Alumni Association staff

March 23, 2020

Online Exclusives

98.6 Isn’t Normal Anymore

We just keep getting cooler and cooler.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

March 20, 2020

All Right Now

The Uber ‘Rich’

Some rideshare drivers have an advantage.

By

Melina Walling

March 20, 2020

Departments

Stanford, Still

Photos of a campus made quiet by the novel coronavirus.

By

Summer Batte

March 12, 2020

Advice

How to Work and Teach—at the Same Time

Tips for parents trapped by the coronavirus.

By

Summer Batte

March 12, 2020

Online Exclusives

On Lockdown, from Milan

‘Imagine that in 10 days you’re likely to be faced with the same situation.’

March 5, 2020

All Right Now

Meet Aparna Verma

Reading 'Black Beauty' as a child changed her course.

By

Diana Aguilera

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