A look at the history of race and gender-based preference programs at Stanford and how they work today.
Dreading his 20th reunion, a cynical alum is surprised to discover how much common ground he shares with his former classmates -- and how much he learns about himself.
In 1965, a son of the famous Maytag washer-dryer family bought an ailing beer company and found his calling.
After 17 years in the United States, an Iranian American returns home and, in conversations with taxi drivers, shopkeepers and students, finds disappointment with the Khomeini Revolution.
What's in a word? Apparently enough to cause a national uproar when the word is ebonics.
Helping Russia to help itself
The dark side of the Internet.
Jeff Parietti, '77, and his new book, The Book of Truly Stupid Sports Quotes
Stanford's editor explains how a reader's letter sparked our special report on affirmative action
On the stump with Gerhard Casper
A former student remembers Communication Professor Bill Rivers
The Effort Effect
Let Me Introduce Myself
Seeing at the Speed of Sound
Dunder Mifflin Going Out of Business
Data is from the past two weeks.