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Friday, September 20, 2019

arts & creativity

Celebrating five years of art

As the Anderson Collection celebrates its five year anniversary with a Saturday party, director Jason Linetzky talks about what's next.

Jason Linetzky at the Anderson Collection

campus life

Be a Stanford flu fighter

Beginning Oct. 1, Stanford offers free flu vaccinations to faculty, staff, retirees, postdocs, and graduate and undergraduate students.

Person getting a flu shot

social sciences

Open trade seen as crucial

Tariff disputes were among the subjects addressed at the Stanford China Economic Forum, which brought scholars and business leaders together this week.

Stanford China Economic Forum speakers

Bio-X course/seminar The Melancholy Museum


  • Serra Street traffic: On Monday, Sept. 30, the inbound lane of Serra Street toward Campus Drive East on the main Stanford campus will close from Pampas Lane to Campus Drive East. The closure, which is part of the construction on the Escondido Village Graduate Residences project, is expected to last through late January 2020. Learn more on the Stanford Transportation website.
  • Cybersecurity & Privacy Festival: The Stanford Security and Privacy Offices are hosting a Cybersecurity & Privacy Festival to raise awareness and understanding about how to ensure our online lives are safe and secure. The festival will be Oct. 9 on the main campus and Oct. 31 in Stanford Redwood City. Learn more.

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new exhibition Health Policy Forum October 7

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