editor’s choice

March 2019

First-gen, Low-Income and Claiming a Community

How FLI students are transforming the university for everyone.

By

Diana Aguilera

Features

March 2019

Trapeze Artist

When Yulia Pinkusevich makes art, it often involves orienting her body in a physical space. That's how you’re meant to experience her work, too.

By

Melinda Sacks

March 2019

This Is Your Brain On . . .

New science tells us how to better manage our addictions, be they to substances or smartphones.

By

Katharine Gammon

December 2018

Intestinal Fortitude

Poop pills? Talking toilets? New insights into the microbial world within us are redrawing the roads to a healthy constitution.

By

Sam Scott

December 2018

Michael O’Neill Explains and Explores the Miraculous

As a student, he created a photo-voltaic beach umbrella. But a higher power always fascinated him. Meet the "Miracle Hunter"—not your typical mechanical engineer.

By

Sam Scott

December 2018

Stanford on Broadway

On the boards or behind the scenes, here are five who’ve forged a path on the Great White Way.

By

Melinda Sacks

December 2018

For These NFL Players, the Anthem Protests Are Personal

Two former Stanford stars weigh in.

By

Gary M. Pomerantz

December 2018

The Protesters’ Aims Are Noble; Their Protests Are Not

Dishonoring a symbol of unity does nothing to advance the cause.

By

Andrew Friedman

September 2018

What Elizabeth Jameson Wants You to Know About Human Fragility

After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, the former civil rights lawyer began creating provocative works of art from the scans of her own diseased brain.

By

Melinda Sacks

October 16, 2018

You’re the Fact Checker Now

How to become a better reader in the age of unreliable news feeds.

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