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American premiere of Chinese works opens today at Cantor

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The work of the men known as "Four Great Masters of Ink Painting" is featured in a Cantor Arts Center exhibition that opens today. "Tracing the Past, Drawing the Future: Master Ink Painters in 20th-Century China" presents more than 100 works.

Martha Marsh to retire as hospital president, CEO Aug. 31

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After eight years as president and chief executive officer of Stanford Hospital & Clinics, Martha Marsh has announced her retirement, effective Aug. 31. Under Marsh's leadership, Stanford Hospital & Clinics has consistently ranked as one of the top hospitals in the nation.

Secondhand smoke pervasive in California's Indian casinos

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Secondhand smoke in California's Indian casinos often exceeds concentrations associated with harmful health effects, a new study by Stanford environmental engineers has found. The casinos, which are exempt from state smoking laws, are one of the few public places where smoking is still legal.

BeWell@Stanford: Finding fresh fruits and veggies

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Are you looking for an easy way to add fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables to your diet? Every Friday at Tresidder, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Stanford’s student-run produce stand is set up in front of Jamba Juice to sell fresh, organic produce direct from local growers.

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  • Faculty Senate to meet Thursday: The directors of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, the Woods Institute for the Environment, the Precourt Institute for Energy and Bio-X NeuroVentures will discuss the work of their centers during Thursday's Faculty Senate meeting.
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YUANTAO DING and ARIEL SCHWARTZMAN receive early career grants . . . RICHARD ZARE wins a Frontiers of Knowledge Award . . .

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