Robert S. Stinnett

Twenty years ago, Cal broke Stanford hearts in the most improbable finish in college football history. Players and fans reflect on how much it hurt, how much they've healed and why any of it still matters.

  • Peter Stember

    Balancing Act

    Two years of recession and stock market declines have weakened Stanford's finances. Mike McCaffery, CEO of Stanford Management Company, and Provost John Etchemendy describe the University's fiscal worries and what is being done to ease them.

  • Photo: Glenn Matsumura

    The Color of His Dreams

    Enigmatic and impossible to categorize, the art of Nathan Oliveira spans more than 50 years and multiple transformations. Now, as a retrospective exhibition of his work tours the country, this master artist/teacher discusses the inspiration and imagination that produced his colorful career.