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Friday, January 17, 2020

Campus life

When MLK visited Stanford

On April 14, 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at Stanford's Memorial Auditorium about racism and civil rights in American society. See the video.

MLK 1967 Stanford speech

University affairs

Ethics and compliance

Tina Hua, Stanford’s chief ethics and compliance officer, discusses the role her office plays in promoting the culture of integrity at Stanford.

Tina Hua

Law & policy

The U.S.-China trade agreement

Law Professor Alan Sykes, an international trade law expert, explains aspects of the U.S.-China trade agreement, covering IP, agriculture and energy.

Alan Sykes

The Dish

Historian THOMAS MULLANEY has been named the Kluge Chair in Technology and Science at the Library of Congress. 

Bio-X PhD Fellowship applications Stanford Dining meal plans


  • Heritage Eats, which rebranded as Mama K’s Café in November and was located on the ground floor of Jordan Hall, has permanently closed. The search for a new food vendor has begun, and input will be sought from the Stanford community.
  • Stanford Report schedule: Stanford University will be off on Monday, Jan. 20, in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Stanford Report will not publish on Monday, but we will be back in your mailbox on Tuesday, Jan. 21. Thanks for reading Stanford Report.

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