Culture

Women of Silicon Valley: A safe haven for women in technology

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SILICON VALLEY — Lea Coligado was 19 years old when she held a summer internship at a small software company in Silicon Valley. While there, she faced comments about how women don’t code because they are better at art and heard insinuations that women’s brains were just not wired to handle the algorithmic complexity that their male counterparts could. Instead of complimenting her code, she received comments about her clothes. 

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An account of cowboy practices in the Rocky Mountains

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Dustin Stetter is a cowboy from Dubois, Wyoming, who balances his work as an outfitter to guide people into the Wind River range. Every year, he sets up a camp in the prairie close to the trail to go to Gannett Peak. He guides people who want to experience the wilderness through activities such as hiking, fishing or hunting. He has been doing this work for 22 years now, following his father’s path since he was 3 years old. Early in the summer, when the camp is still covered by snow, he will ride there with his herd of about 20 horses and the other cowboys who help him. They…

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Auguste Rodin in 360 degrees

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STANFORD — For decades, visitors have flocked to the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University to get a closer look at famous sculptures by Auguste Rodin. With over 200 works, three galleries and a sculpture garden, the museum houses the largest collection in the Americas from the French artist.

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