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Aiming for space, with eyes on a more inclusive home planet

Mary Cooper, who grew up in a military family, graduates with a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering and computer science. After a summer working at SpaceX and a semester of study at Oxford, she’ll return to earn a master’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering.

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A passion for international understanding

In her first quarter at Stanford, Maya Guzdar decided to sign up for a Mandarin Chinese class. After graduating, she’ll begin a master’s program in Beijing.

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Stanford Admit Weekend returns to campus

Stanford is welcoming prospective members of the Class of 2026 to Admit Weekend, marking the annual event’s return to campus since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stanford celebrates 13 women’s history makers

Stanford celebrates the pioneering spirit that has been part of the university’s legacy since its inception, with a look at women who made history in medicine, math, athletics, business, law, economics, administration, public service and space.

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Standing with Ukraine

Members of the Stanford community gathered on Friday afternoon for Stand in Solidarity with Ukraine, an event in White Plaza with Ukrainian speakers and leaders in Stanford's international community sharing their perspectives on the war and ways the Stanford community can help.

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Who is Isaac Applebaum, ’23?

The pre-med computational biology major from Bethesda, Maryland, competes this week in the semifinals of the Jeopardy College Championship. Catch his episode Thursday, Feb. 17, at 8 p.m./7 p.m. Central on ABC.