TYPE SEARCH REQUEST AND PRESS ENTER

magazine

current issue

March 2021

Mar21_TravelStudy

Features

The Bard of Barbecue

Adrian Miller is a lawyer by training, a church council director by profession and a soul food scholar by avocation. And what people most want to talk to him about is a perfectly cooked sparerib.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

Small Doses

Kari Nadeau is transforming the treatment of food allergies, one morsel at a time.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

Schoolhouse Rocked

The pandemic crumbled cornerstones of U.S. education. The question now is what will emerge from the rubble.

By

Sam Scott

Essays

Driven Snow

Was I in charge of the PistenBully, or was it the other way around?

By

Ashley Lodato

All Right Now

The Ticker — March 2021

Stanford people in the news and on the move.

A Cut Above

Ana Ziadeh celebrates 50 years with Stanford Dining.

By

Jill Patton

Financial Help in a Pandemic

How the Stanford community has rallied to bridge the gap.

By

Sam Scott

Early Bird Swimmers Do Not Get the Worm

The findings of a circadian biologist.

By

Summer Moore Batte

Stanford, Home Edition

In which we commence telling the tale of seven frosh.

By

Christine Foster

Introduction to the Dark Arts

The culinary education that suddenly seems vital.

By

Summer Moore Batte

The Pulse of LGBTQ Health

Two School of Medicine researchers know that better care begins with data.

By

Charity Ferreira

Red Planet Road Trip

A new rover digs into Mars.

By

Sam Scott

Meet Bradley Immel

In the shop or on the stage, a senior mixes it up.

By

Sam Scott

Making His Voice Heard

Playing characters in video games and animations transformed Greg Chun from singer to storyteller.

By

Corinne Purtill

In Case of Emergency, Be Kind

An empathy scholar on the radical act we all need right now.

By

Charity Ferreira

Columns

Telling Tales Out of School

What the profound disruption of distance learning has to teach us.

By

Kathy Zonana

Training a Generation of Active Citizens

Stanford renews its focus on civic engagement.

By

Marc Tessier-Lavigne

Departments

Book Review: Against the Clock

New and Notable

By

Charity Ferreira

The Winningest

Tara VanDerveer breaks the record.

By

Summer Moore Batte