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Thursday, February 25, 2021

humanities

Exercising a novel new muscle

English Professor Chang-rae Lee never wants to write the same book twice. So in his new book, My Year Abroad, he tries out a different muscle.

Chang-rae Lee

social sciences

Black History Month reflections

As Black History Month closes, Paula Moya and other scholars reflect on the contributions of Black Americans who should be studied year-round.

Paula Moya

Business

Health insurance 'sludge'

A new study finds that dealing with health insurance administrators costs the U.S. economy billions in wasted work time and lost productivity.

Person filling out health insurance form

Faculty Housing TAP Healthy Options

Announcements

  • Caltrain Go Passes extended: Stanford-issued Caltrain Go Passes will be extended through Dec. 31, 2021, for university and hospital employees. No action is required for employees. Graduate students and postdoctoral scholars must complete the Pilot Go Pass Reactivation Form for their passes to remain active beyond March. Learn more.
  • Stanford Live: The latest issue of the Stanford Live digital magazine is now available. Read about the Harriet Tubman-inspired jazz suite featured in the upcoming film Marcus Shelby Trio: Harriet Tubman and the Blues and what a safe return to the stage might look like for Stanford Live. Read the issue.

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