Around the Farm

Stanford Medicine —

Study identifies cellular ‘death code’

Stanford scientists and their collaborators have discovered a molecule that initiates the final, crucial step in a type of cell death.

Graduate School of Business —

Are influencers overrated?

A new study questions the effectiveness of targeting “hubs” at the center of social networks.

Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies —

The road to world citizen via South Korea

With the perpetual discussion of North Korea in the news, there has never been a more opportune time to visit South Korea.

Stanford Law —

Justices confound expectation in Colorado wedding cake case

The Court emphasized the fact that the State of Colorado had permitted three other bakers to refuse to provide cakes that expressed sentiments opposed to same-sex marriage, condemning this disparity in treatment as demonstrating hostility to religious views.

Stanford Law —

The blockbuster that wasn’t

The Supreme Court’s decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission was among the most highly anticipated of this Term.