Event: Opportunities with Stanford Alumni in Public Service(external link)
from STANFORD magazine
N. Scott Momaday, whose writing sparked a renaissance in Indigenous literature, turns his attention to the earth.
video: The History of Black History Month(external link)
from Stanford News
Stanford historian Michael Hines explains why there are still misunderstandings and misconceptions about the past, present, and future of this celebration.
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Alumni Magazine—March 2024(external link)
Dig into the current issue of STANFORD magazine.
Swimming with majestic humpback whales
Off the path of cruise lines, this South Pacific archipelago of more than 170 islands is awash with marine-rich waters, dazzling coral reefs and crystal-clear lagoons.
Kenya and Rwanda
A wildlife adventure with a conservation focus
Meet with local communities and search for iconic wildlife in the grassy plains of the Masai Mara and for endangered mountain gorillas in the lush Virunga Mountains.
Summit the roof of Africa
Realize one of the planet’s most rewarding achievements, summiting Kilimanjaro’s Uhuru Peak on this challenging non-technical climb.