In an excerpt from his new memoir, Stanford in Turmoil, former provost and president Richard Lyman analyzes the events surrounding a student takeover of Encina Hall in 1969, and reflects on a divisive era.
Gliding a few hundred feet above the African continent in a contraption of his own design, photographer George Steinmetz produces images of beauty and wonder. And once in a while he goes headfirst into a sand dune.
In an age when lab tests and diagnostic protocols dominate, doctor/author Abraham Verghese has opened a new chapter on an old practice: bedside medicine. His students are listening, one patient at a time.
Hit lists get personal
Tough lessons in the Big Easy
A blanket solution for preemies
Chinatown, the long view
FDR, working man
Nancy Alene Hall Hicks Maynard
Ruth Levison Halperin
Joan Elizabeth Hodgman
The Effort Effect
Let Me Introduce Myself
Seeing at the Speed of Sound
Dunder Mifflin Going Out of Business
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