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International Women’s Day at Stanford

In a message to the Stanford community, President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell highlight events celebrating Stanford women and address barriers women continue to face.

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Stanford’s Family Weekend theme: Wherever you are, you are family

The annual Stanford Family Weekend, which will feature a livestream town hall style meeting with President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell on Feb. 27, will be preceded by three days of online programs, including campus tours and “Back to School” class lectures.

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The Stanford campus in the rain

Photographs by Andrew Brodhead taken on a rainy winter day reflect the relative emptiness of campus during the continuing pandemic, but also the beauty of the iconic buildings and sculptures.

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‘From Black Power to BLM: Reimagining Dr. King’s Dream’

The Stanford community is invited to attend a virtual event in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr., including a panel discussion and a video tribute to Clayborne Carson, the Ronnie Lott Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech at Stanford: Genuine equality

On April 14, 1967, Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke at Memorial Auditorium about racism and civil rights in American society. He touched on many of the issues that resonate today: racism, poverty and violence versus nonviolent social activism.

Stanford celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with four-day festival

Stanford will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day this year with a free, four-day webinar and documentary film festival that will open on Friday evening, Jan. 15, and extend through Monday, Jan. 18, the federal holiday marking the birth of the civil rights leader. At the festival, the King Institute will announce the World House Project, a new initiative.

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Reimagining mental healthcare from the ground up

After being inspired by a Stanford course, four undergraduates teamed up to tackle important deficiencies in mental healthcare while expanding access and reducing costs.