Get a taste (or a feast) of curated intellectual content from Stanford+Connects events and the Stanford community at large. Browse our constantly updated top picks of Stanford-related articles, videos, photos and podcasts, all summarized and tagged to make it easy for you to hone in on whatever interests you most.

  • Experience a performance from Gravity, a new musical written by Joel Chapman, ’14, MA ’15, Weston Gaylord, ’15, Matt Herrero, ’17, Jessia Hoffman, ’15, and Ken Savage ’14, MA ’15 as part of Stanford Art Institute's first 72-Hour Musical Project. This performance also features Hannah Hsieh, ’17, and Max Savage, ’16.

  • When Stanford senior Daniel Washington arrived on The Farm, the tap dance scene on campus was pretty limited to the student group tapTH@T. He shares how it continues to expand, much in part due to student efforts and then performs an improvisational piece.

  • At Stanford Law School, students gain hands on experience serving real clients through eleven clinics. JD/MBA student Sam Byker shares his experience in preparing for the Supreme Court case on marriage equality.

  • The National School Lunch program feeds millions of kids each day. Many of these children rely on this food as the one nutritious meal they may receive that day. Stanford student Maria Deloso shares her journey in thinking about the impact of this program on the nation.



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Stanford+Connects was a 16-city event tour that helped alumni re-experience Stanford (minus the midterms), multiply their networks and stretch their brain in infinite ways.