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Second cohort of CZ Biohub Investigators includes 33 Stanford faculty

The second cohort of CZ Biohub Investigators includes awardees from a broad range of disciplines, with fresh approaches to biological and medical problems.

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Sculptor Aristides ‘Aris’ Demetrios, maker of MemClaw, dies at 89

Aristides “Aris” Demetrios designed and fabricated White Memorial Fountain, known to generations of Stanford students, faculty and staff as MemClaw, or The Claw, after his proposed design won a national sculpture competition in 1963.

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Meet our faculty: Elizabeth Reese

Elizabeth Anne Reese, Yunpoví, one of the youngest professors and the first Native American faculty member at Stanford Law, is working to shatter invisibilities that she says have been “comfortably the status quo” for far too long.

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Zillow CEO Rich Barton elected to Stanford Board of Trustees

Rich Barton, co-founder and CEO of Zillow Group, will begin a five-year term as a member of the Board of Trustees on Feb. 1.

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Cutting hair at Stanford for six decades and counting

At Stanford Hair, Carmelo Cogliandro has cut the hair of many in the Stanford community – including Nobel Laureates, Pulitzer Prize winners and Stanford presidents dating back to Wallace Sterling, who took office in 1949.

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Understanding the Russia-Ukraine crisis

As Russia increases its military presence along the Ukrainian border, Stanford scholar Steven Pifer discusses what Russia hopes to achieve and why its policies toward Ukraine are backfiring.

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At Stanford 2021: The year in review

Stanford Video recaps the highlights of 2021, including the return to campus, a Nobel Prize, a sports championship and more.

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Understanding Gen Z

Generation Z, the first generation never to know the world without the internet, value diversity and finding their own unique identities, says Stanford scholar Roberta Katz.

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Discovering the Dish, rain or shine

The Stanford Dish’s nearly 4 miles of hiking trails offers opportunities to spy various critters and admire spanning views.

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Hillel at Stanford’s monthly festival celebrates well-being

The monthly Spreading Plenty festival, offered through Hillel at Stanford’s SHEFA Initiative, includes a Community Supported Agriculture program and family-friendly activities.

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