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50 years of powwow

On May 1, 1971, the first Stanford Powwow was held to highlight Native culture. Five decades later, it is the university’s largest annual multicultural event and a homecoming for Indigenous students, Bay Area residents and performers from across the country

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Who wants to be a Stanford student?

Luciana Frazão’s path to a master’s in mechanical engineering involves a game show, a surprise benefactor and a promise to pay it forward.

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Ana Ziadeh celebrates 50 years with Stanford Dining

In 2020, Ana Ziadeh celebrated 50 years of employment at Stanford—the longest of all 250 dining employees—in a role she says she gained with the help of supportive managers and her can-do attitude. She shared her story—and three favorite recipes—with STANFORD.

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How recent controversies have tested the principle of academic freedom

We live in a world where one person’s disinformation is another person’s truth. But the university’s free exchange of ideas can sharpen the picture.

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