KQED’s new series Into The Mix, which focuses on little known stories from the Bay Area music scene’s past and present, published “How Bing Crosby and Silicon Valley Revolutionized Radio and TV.”
Monday, November 14, 2016
Thursday, November 10, 2016
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives has recently acquired a private collection of exiled Russian poet Joseph Brodsky’s papers, including letters, photos, drafts, manuscripts, artwork and published and unpublished poems, some of which are currently on exhibition.
On Tuesday, November 8 in Green Library's Bender Room, the former Foreign Minister of the Republic of Estonia Marina Kaljurand spoke on Estonia's foreign policy challenges. The event was covered by the Stanford Daily and highlights of Kaljurand's talk were featured in the November 10th issue of the newspaper. Read Estonian minister visits Green by Lucy Arnold.
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
The iPad Loaner program has upgraded to the Travel Loaner Program, which provides options to help secure your data while traveling.
We know travel is often part of the job, and you need a computer and mobile device while you’re away. But taking these items when you travel to a high-risk country significantly increases the possibility of data and identity theft. That's why University IT offers a free Travel Loaner program to help secure your data.
Read 5 Facts About the New Travel Loaner Program to learn more.