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Oct 2 2018 | Stanford GSE | Posted In: In the News
Article written by Carrie Spector "Brandon Simmons, a captain for the Stanford Cardinal football team, remembers sustaining his first concussion during a high school game in Arlington, Texas. “I was heading off the quarterback, and my nature as a football player is really physical—I...
Sep 7 2018 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Article Written by Melissa De Witte "Every August, fire-breathing dancers, costumed performers and free-thinking artists gather in the Nevada desert to celebrate Burning Man, a countercultural event devoted to communal living, radical art and self-expression. Amid the artists and free thinkers are...
Sep 5 2018 | Stanford Engineering | Posted In: In the News
Article Written by Stanford Engineering Staff "Sarah Billington began her career in civil engineering studying concrete, a remarkable material that has literally shaped the world as we know it. Concrete is one of the most-consumed materials on Earth — second only to water, but this one material...
Aug 17 2018 | Stanford EEES | Posted In: In the News
Article Written By Andrew Myers, Stanford Engineering "In the quest for clean alternative energy sources, hydrogen is a favorite. It releases a lot of energy when burned — with a bonus: The major byproduct of burning hydrogen is pure water.
May 3 2018 | Stanford Daily | Posted In: In the News, Students
Two STS students were recently drafted to the National Football League. Harrison Phillips was selected to the Buffalo Bills, and tight end Dalton Schultz was selected to the Dallas Cowboys.   Read the full article at the Stanford Daily.

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