Fall 2017 marked 125 years since the foundation of The Stanford Daily, an independent, student-run paper reporting on the campus and community. Working on the paper helped launch journalism careers and created a community for staffers.
Stanford University Press has published a diverse and influential portfolio of scholarly work over the past 125 years, including works on U.S. economics, marine biology and the ancient Mayan civilization.
Stanford postdoctoral scholar Claire Dunning traces the history and effects of New Careers, a 1960s federal anti-poverty program. While it helped expand the nonprofit sector, it also perpetuated inequality in urban areas.