A collection of student letters, emails, and texts spanning 125 years, Letters Home from Stanford evokes a sense of
the heritage, history, and shared experience common to students across colleges, generations, and the country.
Far from being just about Stanford, the book covers a time in our lives when many of us leave home for the first time, setting out to discover purpose, meaning, self—and how to do the laundry. Ultimately, this book is about being human.
Join us for a discussion with the author, Alison Carpenter Davis, a Stanford graduate with degrees in Psychology and Communications who also grew up in Los Angeles.