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Editorial: Intersections and the Stanford vision

Everyone who lives or works at the Stanford campus, be they freshmen, professors, grounds workers or President Hennessy himself, depends both directly and indirectly on the local street network to carry out their business and enjoy recreational activities. The many malls and arcades that make Stanford’s main campus so postcard-worthy and accessible generally fulfill the demands of the community quite well. Unfortunately, poorly designed intersections on the outskirts of campus contribute to students’ isolation from surrounding cities and also endanger those who travel to and from campus each day.