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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

science & technology

Living longer than our parents

Life expectancy data from the past 50 years shows that people who survive to age 65 are continuing to live longer than their parents.

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Health & medicine

Childhood paralysis explained

Pediatric neurologist Keith Van Haren sheds light on the cases of infectious paralysis that are occurring among young children across North America.

Keith Van Haren

humanities

Virginia Woolf's forgotten press

Until the Modernist Archives Publishing Project, no one had studied in detail Virginia Woolf's impact on the publishing industry in the early 20th century.

Virginia Woolf

The Dish

Find out what happened when, while preparing for a move to the new Bass Biology Building, TIM STEARNS took out his 1984 Macintosh from storage and turned it on. 


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Announcements

  • Notes from the Quad: In a post titled "Civic engagement on Election Day and beyond," President Marc Tessier-Lavigne praised the work of the StanfordVotes campaign and encouraged members of the campus community to remain committed to civic participation after the elections. Read the post.

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