HUD Secretary Julián Castro and his congressman brother, Joaquín, have never forgotten where they came from—a series of homes on San Antonio’s West Side that provided an important ingredient for their success: hope.
Invented by Stanford alumnus Wally Byam, ’21, the Airstream trailer has become a national symbol of adventure, style and individuality.
A novelist in Portugal relates how his experience as an expatriate and the immersive qualities of his work changed his perspective on the meaning of home.
Professors David Spiegel and Helen Blau struggled with the thought of tearing down their longtime home and building a new one, but were convinced by the vision of an advocate they could believe in—their architect son.
A teenage girl and her mother encounter a strange and wondrous event on the first night in their new house, in this fictional short story by former Stegner fellow Tom Kealey.
Priced out of California
Up all night with the homeless
Students seek shelter
Draw mates rejoice
The humanities get a house
The Farm's animal habitats
Houses, circa 2050
Life on Mars
Above all, on the space station
Zillow's number crunchers
No longer on shaky ground
The West, examined
Women's golf wins it all
Oh, the places I've lived
Our little piece of France
Leslie A. Williams, '49, JD '74
Samuel Michael "Sam" Simon, '77
John Siceloff, MA '82
Let Me Introduce Myself
The Effort Effect
What It Takes
What to do With Your VHS Tapes: Essential Answer
The Persecution of Daniel Lee
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