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Teaching democracy and disagreement

In a spring quarter course taught by Deans Debra Satz and Paul Brest, scholars with opposing viewpoints will model meaningful conversations about some of the most polarizing issues facing college campuses and society.

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Highlights from Family Weekend 2024

More than 5,000 family members visited campus on Friday and Saturday to reunite with their students and learn about life on the Farm.

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Sean Penn talks Ukraine’s fight for freedom

The Academy Award-winning actor and filmmaker visited Stanford last Thursday to screen and discuss his documentary, Superpower, about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his country’s war with Russia.

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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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Student art on display through Dec. 8

This year’s Undergraduate Juried Exhibition is a multimedia experience that addresses themes of immigration, the environment, identity, and more.

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Reunion Homecoming highlights

More than 8,000 alumni – from all 50 states and around the world – returned to campus this weekend for Reunion Homecoming. Take a look at some of the scenes.

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It’s Reunion Homecoming Weekend

Thousands of alumni return to Stanford today for four days of connection, classes, and Cardinal football.

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What to know about emergency preparedness at Stanford

During an emergency, staying informed and knowing how to respond are key to keeping yourself safe. Here is a quick look at what you need to know about emergency preparedness at Stanford.

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Shared waste-sorting stations expand to more campus buildings

As part of improvements to its waste management infrastructure, Stanford is transitioning to shared waste, recycling, and composting stations. Half of the university has made the switch; the second half will make transition in the coming year.

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Summer Fellows Program supports FLI students’ transition

The eight-week residential program offers first-generation, low-income (FLI) students the opportunity to do research, micro internships, and immersive coursework during the summer between their first and second year.

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