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Friday, April 9, 2021

University Affairs

Addressing free speech concerns

The Faculty Senate on Thursday heard a report that highlighted students’ concerns about free speech and the general campus climate. 

Faculty Senate

University Affairs

Haas faculty director named

Juliet Brodie, professor of law and director of the Stanford Community Law Clinic, will become faculty director of the Haas Center in fall 2021.

Juliet Brodie


Origins of conflict diamonds

A new book by Stanford historian Steven Press unearths previously obscured connections between German colonial activities and the diamond market.

Steven Press

The Dish

Stanford English Professor CHANG-RAE LEE has been honored with the Award of Merit for the Novel by the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Chang-rae Lee

Master of Liberal Arts Bio-X Program


  • Special museum preview: The Anderson Collection and the Cantor Arts Center are reopening. Stanford students, faculty and staff are invited to a special museum preview weekend, April 16-18, and the museums will reopen to the public on Wednesday, April 21. Free timed tickets are required for every visitor. Tickets for April 16-18 will be available on April 9 at 9 a.m. PDT, and tickets for the public reopening will be available on April 14 at 9 a.m. PDT here.
  • Parking enforcement changes: In support of the gradual reopening of the main campus, parking enforcement in the Arts and Athletics Zones will return to weekday enforcement as of Monday, April 12, with no enforcement in these zones on evenings and weekends. Learn more.

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