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July 2020

Essays

‘Black Male: Guilty Until Proven Innocent’

It pains me that these words I wrote in 1992 still ring true today.

By

Cory Booker

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July 2020

Features

Rapid Response

How the Stanford research community pivoted to address the coronavirus.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

June 25, 2020

Online Exclusives

The View from the ICU

A doctor describes the painful reality of caring for COVID-19 patients.

By

Nathan Nielsen

June 24, 2020

Online Exclusives

A Note to the Dumb

On George Floyd’s killing and racial injustice in America.

By

Epiphany Morrow

July 2020

Features

This Is Not a Drill

Bay Area public health officers had prepared all their lives for the possibility of a pandemic. That didn’t make their decisions any easier.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

June 22, 2020

Online Exclusives

100 Years Ago, the First Latina Graduated from Stanford

Helen Dominguez transferred to the Farm just as the 1918 flu hit.

By

Summer Moore Batte

June 12, 2020

Online Exclusives

The McFlurry of Our Departure

The frenzied moment when 5 Stanford seniors said adieu.

By

Emma Abdullah

July 2020

Departments

All Rise

Students stand in solidarity against racial injustice.

By

Summer Moore Batte

June 10, 2020

Online Exclusives

The Pain and Perspective of a No-Commencement Spring

Graduating students describe how they feel about the loss of a traditional commencement ceremony.

By

Melinda Sacks

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