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Delta Sigma Theta celebrates 40 years at Stanford

More than 130 past members of the Omicron Chi Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority, one of the first Black Greek letter organizations on campus, returned to the Farm to honor four decades of service, scholarship, and sisterhood.

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Meet six from the Class of 2027

Among this year’s frosh are a poet, an activist, a language lover, an aspiring doctor, an academic Olympian, and a basketball star with her sights set on turning pro. They shared their paths, passions, and what they hope to accomplish on the Farm.

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Meet three Knight-Hennessy scholars pursuing projects with impact

Carson Smith studies alternative peacemaking processes. Jasmyn Burdsall investigates the relationship between mental health and disease prevention. Karli Moore explores the effects of climate change on food systems. All are leveraging their academic expertise to support Native and Indigenous communities.

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A day in the life of Grace Soontornviwath

Follow the Bio-X summer research fellow as she takes her morning run on campus, builds a model of the human heart, and relaxes with friends.

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Walks of Asia showcases fashion, poetry, performances

Themes of identity and activism were on stage at a student event that invited the audience to audience to consider the many ways (or “walks”) of being Asian.

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