Stanford Today
January/February 1998


Race




Race

How are Americans
dealing with the
widening social divide?
Historically, they resort
to moral crusades.

Building Boom

Some of the dust and noise has cleared, and the results are in: The physics tank is gone, the Science and Engineering Quad is coming.  
A House Still Divided

A civil rights historian reflects on the racial schism in America.  By Stewart Burns
The Matchmakers

With Stanford’s most lucrative patent now expired, the university is looking for new ways to marry research and commerce.  By David Schrieberg


January/February Cover  |   In This Issue  |   Contributors


JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1998

 Contents

 NEWS & VIEWS
 President’s Column
 On Campus
 Stanford’s Facelift
 Housing Shortage
 Sand Hill Road
 Campus Briefs

 Science & Medicine
 Mesozoic Era
 Computer Music
 Colliding Beams
 Sci & Med Briefs

 Sports
 Sports as Business
 Big Game
 Sports Briefs

 FEATURES
 Stanford Observed
 Spanish 11-C
 John Rickford
 Race in America
 Class of 2002
 The Search for Money
 Phyllis Gardner
 Waymouth/Hellman


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