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Aug 25 2020 | Out West student blog
Max explores historical music of the American West as an intern for Galatée Films
Aug 24 2020 | Out West student blog
Learning the ropes and setting the foundation for future studies, from afar.
Aug 21 2020 | Out West student blog
Learning about the regulatory perspective and how to do right by the public in policymaking.
Alyssa Farrow rocked the Twitterverse when she announced that she was the first person in her Native American tribe to graduate from Stanford. Now, the 2020 graduate plans to invest her Stanford education in her hometown.
Aug 20 2020 | Out West student blog
Nina Wagner reflects on digital media's impact on her internship, historical preservation, and increased accessibility.
Aug 19 2020 | ... & the West Blog
Taking down four dams in Oregon and California would be a coup for advocates of dam removal. It could also mark the moment when their movement rediscovers a more realistic goal: bringing restoration into balance with human needs.
Aug 19 2020 | Out West student blog
The summer continues for Alex Evers at the Western Interstate Energy Board.

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Jan 20 2021 | Center News
Hayes, who has served on the Bill Lane Center Advisory Council since 2013, will start a new job at the White House as special assistant to the president for climate policy.
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