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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Campus Life

From Parkland to Stanford

Among Stanford's first-year students is Tyah-Amoy Roberts, who survived the high school shooting in Parkland to become a gun safety activist.

Tyah-Amoy Roberts


Law's Joan Petersilia has died

Joan Petersilia, the Adelbert H. Sweet Professor of Law, Emerita, and a leading criminologist, has died at 68 from ovarian cancer.

Joan Petersilia

Health & Medicine

Helping teens sleep

A Stanford Medicine study shows that teenagers slept longer after an intervention that reset their body clocks and helped them go to bed earlier. 

The Dish

Historian JONATHAN GIENAPP has been awarded the Best Book in American Political Thought award by the American Political Science Association.

BeWell Harvest Festival A Century Of Ideas For A Free Society


  • Cardinal at Work Cares: Give back to our local communities during the fourth annual Cardinal at Work Cares: Giving Essentials Drive, which will be held Oct. 15 to Nov. 15. You can get involved now by setting up and monitoring a donation box or requesting a kindness card kit for you and co-workers to write notes of encouragement. Learn more and sign up.

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