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September 2018

What Elizabeth Jameson Wants You to Know About Human Fragility

By

Melinda Sacks

After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, the former civil rights lawyer began creating provocative works of art from the scans of her own diseased brain.

Features

September 2018

What Elizabeth Jameson Wants You to Know About Human Fragility

By

Melinda Sacks

After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, the former civil rights lawyer began creating provocative works of art from the scans of her own diseased brain.

November 5, 2018

For These NFL Players, the Anthem Protests Are Personal

By

Gary M. Pomerantz

Two former Stanford stars weigh in.

November 5, 2018

The Protesters' Aims Are Noble; Their Protests Are Not

By

Andrew Friedman

Dishonoring a symbol of unity does nothing to advance the cause.

October 16, 2018

You’re the Fact Checker Now

How to become a better reader in the age of unreliable news feeds.

October 15, 2018

It Isn't Your Dorm, But It's OK

By

Melinda Sacks

How do you make a space into a home? These alumni share their tricks.

September 2018

John Donohue Isn’t Afraid to Make You Mad

By

Jennie Dusheck

The law professor shines an empirical light on abortion, crime and guns.

September 2018

After Five Near Misses, Is This the Year a Stanford Player Wins the Heisman?

Bryce Love is the preseason favorite to win the coveted trophy. Fingers crossed.

September 2018

For Stanford, ‘What Better Looks Like’

Tessier-Lavigne weighs in on planning process, campus issues.

July 19, 2018

McFaul and Putin: The Backstory

By

Robert L. Strauss

Shortly after he left his ambassadorship in 2014, the political scientist was optimistic about the future of U.S.-Russia relations.