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Senior Daniel Shih named Rhodes Scholar

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Daniel D. Shih, a senior political science major, has been named a 2010 Rhodes Scholar. An experienced community organizer, accomplished violinist and a 2009 Truman Scholar, Shih helped found the Stanford Sweat-Free Campaign. He has worked with the Chinese Progressive Association in San Francisco and took more than a year off from Stanford to work on Barack Obama's presidential campaign.

Women's soccer advances to quarterfinals

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Stanford was tested by rival Santa Clara for a full 90 minutes Friday night, but was able to preserve a 1-0 win off a goal by sophomore forward Teresa Noyola to move onto the quarterfinals of the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament. The win elevates the team to 23-0-0.

The robot did it: Personal robotics and the law

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M. Ryan Calo and his colleagues at the Law School are among the first in the country to ponder the potential legal questions facing the emerging field of personal robotics. The issues go beyond claims of personal injury and property damage, touching on criminal and civil rights laws as well.

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  • Cal keeps the Axe: Despite the Cardinal's valiant effort Saturday, the Bears prevailed in the Big Game, winning 34-28.
  • Common Data Set available: An updated version of the university's Common Data Set (CDS) is now available. The CDS is a collaboration between universities and college guidebooks to compile pertinent statistics in a uniform way and make them easily accessible. Did you know, for instance, that 98 percent of Stanford freshmen return for their sophomore year?
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As Thanksgiving approaches and the December break is just a month away, we’d like to hear your thoughts about how you plan to spend the holiday season.

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