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Bike or Bust
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Bike or Bust

The most popular mode of transportation among Stanford students to get around on the 8,000-plus acres of campus is by bike.

Stanford's Arches
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Stanford's Arches

Stanford's architecture is composed of arches, red-tiled roofs, and sandstone buildings.

The Oval
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The Oval

The Oval, a floral garden that features the cardinal "S" logo of Stanford University, marks the official visual entrance to the campus.

Main Quad Entrance
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Main Quad Entrance

A student bikes through the west entrance of the Main Quad at Stanford.

Bike Town
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Bike Town

Thousands of bikes decorate the Stanford campus.

Playing Catch Up?
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Playing Catch Up?

Although Harvard has recently pushed new initiatives to further expand SEAS, some Stanford administrators view this move as playing catch up rather than truly innovating.

The Oval
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Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

A Cross-Country Battle over American Higher Education.

Professor Summers
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Professor Summers

This week, FM looks into what former University President Larry Summers has been up to after resigning in 2006.

Cornel R. West
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Cornel R. West

Former University Professor Cornel R. West '74 spoke at a teach-in the weekend he announced he would leave Harvard for Princeton in 2002.

Elisa New
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Elisa New

Summers' wife and English professor Elisa New speaks during an interview with The Crimson in her home in Brookline earlier this month.

Summers' Vision for the University
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Summers' Vision for the University

The Crimson front page of October 15, 2001 showed Summers during his installation in Tercentary Theater.

Summers Releases Transcript
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Summers Releases Transcript

The Crimson cover of February 18, 2005 featured an article on Summers' release of the transcript of his comments on women during a conference at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Summers Releases Transcript
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Summers Releases Transcript

The Crimson cover of February 18, 2005 featured an article on Summers' release of the transcript of his comments on women during a conference at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Summers in the Dining Hall
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Summers in the Dining Hall

Summers addresses students in the Adams House dining hall during his tenure as university president in 2004.

Summers and Rubin
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Summers and Rubin

From right, Summers, Robert E. Rubin '60, and Alan Greenspan sit together in a photograph that hangs in Summers' Kennedy School office.

Hockey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
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Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?