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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Celebrating women’s basketball champs

Cardinal women's basketball team

Stanford honored the 2021 NCAA women’s basketball champions with a campus parade on Monday, the day after the Cardinal beat the Arizona Wildcats for the team’s first national title since 1992. See the slideshow.

Science & Technology

Ancestry isn't just skin deep

A new model developed by Stanford biologists finds that, over generations, visible physical traits might not “match” genetic ancestry in certain populations.


Arts & Creativity

Collapsing distance through art

During winter quarter, students enrolled in a class called “Mail Art” created small works of art and mailed them to classmates across the country.

Mail Art

The Dish

Professor CHANG-RAE LEE’s 1995 New Yorker essay about his Korean American family has been adapted into a poignant film.

Coming Home Again

Science of Herd Immunity Panel Promoting Stanford Ignite program


  • Earth Week 2021: Stanford has an extensive history of engaging with students, staff and faculty to advance environmental sustainability locally and globally. Join us this Earth Week starting Monday, April 19 for a series of virtual opportunities aimed to inspire action and motivate innovation. See full descriptions of each virtual event and register here.

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