n 1931, a Stanford sociologist toured the country with two Chinese students to test a hypothesis: Do attitudes about racial discrimination differ from actions?
The Elevator Pitch
an business development be a pathway to pulling millions of people out of poverty? A GSB program aims to find out and has chosen Africa as its starting point.
Dropped Into History
ach fall, a dozen Stanford sophomores head to battlefield sites to better understand how events on the ground shaped decisions, outcomes and history. This time, we followed along.
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From the Archives
Three decades later, the Play is the subject of a new documentary. A look back at our own remembrance of perhaps the craziest ending in football history.
The Effort Effect
Bananas Are Berries?
Let Me Introduce Myself
The Menace Within
The Case Against Affirmative Action
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- Seed Program
- 1930s Research on Race
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