Leo Holub

Stanford's 8,000-acre campus isn't just the province of the University anymore. As elected officials and environmentalists staked out their territory during recent land-use negotiations, Stanford learned what it will take to keep its future on solid ground.

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    After Hours

    They race Ducati motorcycles, breed champion horses, make wine in their driveway and . . . win Nobel prizes. Meet some faculty members whose outside lives are as compelling as their scholarly pursuits.

  • Hoover Archives

    A Doomed Democracy

    He was on the verge of reinventing Russia, but when the Boldsheviks overturned his democratic revolution, Alexander Kerensky escaped to a scholarly exile, seasoned with a taste of Farm life.