This location contains a full presentation of Stanford Today magazine, a section of Stanford magazine that was published by the News Service from March '96 to December '98.

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Stanford Today

Available Issues

November/December 1998

She's Back
September/October 1998

Triple Crown
July/August 1998

The National Sleep Debt
May/June 1998

Jasper Ridge - A classroom with a view
March/April 1998

Aging in the ’90s - In less than a century, 30 years have been added to the life cycle. With people living longer than ever, it is time to burst the myth that old age is about dementia, poverty and loneliness
January/February 1998

Race - How are Americans dealing with the widening social divide? Historically, they resort to moral crusades
November/December 1997

A Very Special Weekend - Amid much hoopla, 1,660 freshmen embarked on their odyssey
September/October 1997

All That Jazz - 25 years of celebrating a classic American art form
July/August 1997

Top News Stories
May/June 1997

Stanford vs. U.S. News
March/April 1997

The Revival of Faiths
January/February 1997

The Passion of Enrique Chagoya - Mixing classic images and modern pop culture, a painter brings his vision to campus
November/December 1996

‘We Almost Wept’ - The sad journey of Yamato Ichihashi from Stanford to the internment camps
September/October 1996

The Class of 2000 - The next freshman class prepares for college ­ and life in the 21st century
July/August 1996

The Hopkins Marine Station - A new chapter at the venerable Monterey Bay lab
May/June 1996

Restoring the Quad
March/April 1996

The House That Stegner Built - The author’s legacy is still alive