Stanford Today
January/February 1997

The Passion of Enrique Chagoya

The Passion of Enrique Chagoya

Mixing classic images
and modern pop culture,
a painter brings his
vision to campus

Beijing by the Bay

Stanford has a long and storied history as a center of bicycle culture. It’s no wonder that it remains on the cutting edge of the latest bicycle revolution.  
By David Jacobson
Through a Glass, Lightly

In his new novel, The Handmaid of Desire, English Professor John L’Heureux satirizes academic life at a fictional campus. From Palm Drive to Stock Farm Road, it has people talking.  
By Diane Manuel

It’s been a heady few years for the women’s basketball team ­ and 1997 promises to be no exception. But there’s a bit of a rub this time around: The men’s team may be giving Cardinal fans a few thrills on their own.  By Harry Press and Tom Dunlap

January/February Cover  |   In This Issue  |   Contributors

JAN/FEB 1997

 In This Issue

 President’s Column

 On Campus
 Health Merger
 Robert Warrior
 Competitive Edge
 Campus Digest

 Sci & Med
 Douglas Osheroff
 Science Online
 Sci & Med Digest

 Stanford Basketball
 Sports Digest

 Cycling Club
 John L'Heureux
 Learning Curve
 Class of 2000
 Enrique Chagoya