Galvanized by perceptions that Stanford is primarily a training ground for tech entrepreneurs, humanities faculty are working to show the value, relevance and strength of their programs.
Fuzzy memories aren't the only problem with relying on eyewitness testimony in the courtroom, says psychologist Elizabeth Loftus, MA '67, PhD '70. Her research has shown that what we think we remember can be completely contrived.
Lions are being lost at an alarming rate across Africa. Biologist and wildlife photographer Susan McConnell traveled to a reserve in Mozambique to see why they're in trouble, and what's being done to help.
Making legislators play by the rules
All that music, all in one place
Keeping time, circa 1650
Chi Theta Chi's demise
End of the world? Not so much
A quarterback's crucible
A shark that flies!
Biography of a Maoist
If pot were legal, what then?
At age 82, a novel approach
Education for earthlings
Pushing medicine forward
Conflicted about gratitude
Richard D. Zanuck, '56
M. Brewster Smith, '39, MA '40
Gordon Herbert Waddell, '64
Nobody experiences the agony and ecstasy of the game quite like the moms and dads of the players.
Artificial tree maker Thomas Harman, MBA '05, on the appeal of fake fir.
Gift giving, and receiving, analyzed.
A young alum thinks money is the key increasing kidney donations.
Let Me Introduce Myself
The Effort Effect
The Menace Within
The Case Against Affirmative Action
What It Takes
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