Stanford University — home to more than 15,000 students; almost 2,000 faculty members; 19 Nobel laureates; 24 MacArthur Fellows; countless tech giants; and an increasingly impressive football team — just quietly changed its famous logo.
Gone is the caps-locked thin font, and in is a more rounded scrawl.
So while sweatshirts used to look like this:
They now might look like this:
But don't worry, alumni, the famous Stanford "S" with the tree emblem isn't going anywhere.
This isn't the first time Stanford changed its logo. Design blog Rioleo tracked the signature's many changes over the last 20 years.
Disclosure: The author went to Stanford. (Go Card.)
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