Hidden figures. While working at the prestigious Art + Science Learning Lab, Katherine Van Kirk, ’19, discovered an “underpainting” beneath one of @CantorArts' most famous paintings. Using her knowledge of light and physics, she found an unexpected third layer. Story link in bio. (📷: Aaron Kehoe)
In the spring of 1954, the biggest decision of Dianne Feinstein’s undergraduate years was to run for student body vice president. It gave Feinstein, ’55, the “fortitude and internal compass” to navigate the unexpected twists in her career as the second-longest-serving Democratic senator. She speaks with STANFORD 👉 Story link in bio.
Bring on the Cardinal cheer. Stanford will take on TCU at the Alamo Bowl on December 28th. On #NationalCookieDay, the only way to celebrate is to enjoy this sweet treat while we turn our sights to San Antonio. Bowl info 👉 Link in bio.
Seeking new perspectives. #FarmPhoto by @kierstenjakobsen, MA ’06, PhD ’14.
Party Card. 🤓🌲🎊 From fanfare to family, Stanford tailgates are something special. Who is going to the Stanford Pac-12 Championship Tailgate this Friday, 2-4:30pm? Tickets, info and more 👉 Link in bio.
Mallory Smith, ’14, used poetry to reflect on life with cystic fibrosis. She passed away this month, leaving behind the memory of her life, her words and a profound appreciation of the everyday. “My life is a miracle because I should be dead... So pick something, do something, to respect that miracle.” Story link in bio. (📸: Jacob Jonas)