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Exiled Ethiopian journalist decries 'ludicrous' elections

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Visiting scholar Abebe Gellaw says the United States has traded silence for security and military cooperation by ignoring Ethiopia's "appalling human rights record." He exhorts the United States to live up to promises to support democratic reform: "There must be no exceptions."

Student magazine offers mix of literary, artistic work

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A group of Stanford undergrads has successfully released the third issue of The Claw. In its second year, the magazine has evolved into a mix of serious reporting, satire and commentary.

Freezer retirement: Out with the cold, in with the new

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Stanford's Department of Sustainability and Energy Management is urging researchers to go green and get rid of their old ultra-low-temperature freezers. Labs get cash to buy new energy-efficient freezers or use new technology to store biological samples at room temperature.

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