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Before landing at Stanford, a record-breaking flight around the world

The Stanford frosh’s solo flight around the world in 2021 made history, but not before some close calls in the air.

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Stanford celebrates Black History Month

Events throughout the month center around the Black Community Services Center’s theme “Soul of our Nations: Black Creative Expressions Worldwide” and culminate in a weekend celebrating Black art and artists Feb. 25-26.

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Climate activist Madame Gandhi comes to MemChu

Kiran Gandhi, MST ’22, an activist on climate and gender empowerment, returns to Stanford Jan. 30-31 for lecture, discussion, music, and meditation.

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Meet Stanford’s 2023 winter quarter guest artists

A striking variety of musicians, writers, and artists will perform on campus this quarter, and many of the events are free.

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Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research celebrates 40 years

Faculty and advisory board members reflect on SIEPR’s history and the impact of its nonpartisan approach to economic research and policymaking.

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Stanford Dining addresses climate change one bite at a time

Residential & Dining Enterprise’s (R&DE) Stanford Dining, Hospitality & Auxiliaries is a leader in piloting indirect emissions reductions in partnership with the university’s Scope 3 Emissions Program.

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Honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

The university will host a series of events including a film festival and lectures beginning Jan. 13.

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‘Why College’ sparks an unexpected journey

After taking the undergraduate class, Why College, Daniel Gaughran took a leave of absence from Stanford to extend the course’s goals of contemplation and self-discovery. He is now back at Stanford, energized and ready for whatever is next.

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Ruth Asawa’s clay masks find a second home at the Cantor

Hundreds of masks created by the sculptor Ruth Asawa of her friends and family are on view to the public for the first time.

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2022 in photos

As the Stanford community continued to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, life on the Farm began to feel a little more like the Before Times. University photographer Andrew Brodhead shares some of his favorite moments.

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