All Stories

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Stanford Report —

David Henry Hwang on a meaningful life

In the Rathbun Lecture on April 12, the Stanford alum and author of M. Butterfly will talk about failure, courage, and “the importance of always listening to new music.”

Stanford Athletics —

Tara VanDerveer announces retirement

After 38 seasons at Stanford, the winningest coach in college basketball concludes her legendary career with 1,216 victories and three NCAA titles. “The joy for me was in the journey of each season, seeing a group of young women work hard for each other and form an unbreakable bond. Winning was a byproduct.”

Stanford Report —

Addressing the Colorado River crisis

The future of water in the Southwest was top of mind for participants and attendees at the 10th Annual Eccles Family Rural West Conference.

Stanford Athletics —

The Farm report

Men’s gymnastics wins their third straight conference title, a perfect 10 sends women’s gymnastics to Nationals, and the first week of football spring practice is officially in the books. Catch up on the latest Athletics news.

Hurricane risk perception drops after storms hit

Programs and policies that help households go beyond stocking up on food and medical supplies to invest in longer-term protections could overcome the risk perception gap and support adaptation to rising climate-related threats.

Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research —

Medical debt relief doesn’t always work

Buying and forgiving medical debts in collections is thought to be a scalable way to help people in need, but new research suggests those efforts may be happening too late to make a difference.

Stanford HAI —

Generative AI and the social divide

The growing threat of disinformation leads people not only to believe in falsehoods, says Nate Persily, but also to disbelieve in facts.