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February 25, 2021
The SHS Oral History Program has recently launched the Disability at Stanford Oral History Project in cooperation with a group of Stanford alumni. The project aims to document the personal histories of Stanford students, staff, faculty, and alums with disabilities and how those experiences shaped...
January 29, 2021
(This artice was originally published by the Stanford University American Studies Program on this web page on December 20, 2020.) Sol Martinez, American Studies '22
July 28, 2020
The Stanford community has weathered many hardships, including natural disasters, world wars, and pandemics.
July 14, 2020
The past few months have certainly tested the resilience and flexibility of the Stanford community. The Stanford Historical Society (SHS) held its first ever electronic election due to COVID-19 and the subsequent Santa Clara County shelter-in-place protocol. SHS members enthusiastically elected...
June 24, 2020 | Posted In: Awards
“When I was writing my paper about Stanford in the 60s, I got to talk to my grandparents about what they remembered about that time. That was really wonderful.” –Molly Culhane, ’20 “I wanted to really acknowledge what both Lorenz Eitner and Albert Elsen contributed to arts at Stanford because I...