This past year saw the gradual resumption of campus life at Stanford, from the cautious reawakening of labs to the vibrant return of the entire student body for an in-person fall quarter. View some favorite frames in the arc toward a new pandemic normal with university photographer Andrew Brodhead.
A nearly 30-year survey, conducted at Stanford’s Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, has found that the distribution of Argentine ants has shrunk as a result of climate change. Meanwhile, native species are faring better.
Juliann “Juju” Hallum, who grew up in Bakersfield, California, will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in human biology from the School of Humanities and Sciences, and a master’s degree in laboratory animal science from the School of Medicine.
Jasmin Dalsgaard, an international student from Malaysia, will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in economics and will bid farewell to Branner Hall, the public service theme dorm she has called home for the last three years.
Jordan and Liam Llorin, who grew up near Baltimore, will graduate in June with bachelor’s degrees: Jordan with a bachelor’s in product design from the School of Engineering, and Liam with an individually designed major in engineering, titled Computer and Product Design.