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Stanford dance show mixes it up, hip hop to classical

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"Chocolate Heads Meets Beatflippers," a dance show mixing some 10 styles from around the world, will be performed at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 12, in the Pigott Theater, featuring the dance group Chocolate Heads and the music ensemble Beatflippers.

RASICAM scans clouds to aid dark energy observations

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The Radiometric All Sky Infrared Camera (RASICAM) being built at SLAC will play a small but important role in understanding dark energy. RASICAM will scan the night sky for irritants such as clouds that hinder observations by another camera designed to reveal the fundamentals of the mysterious force.

Hand-me-down blues: ending depression's legacy

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An article in the current edition of Stanford Medicine describes how scientists are working to identify adolescents at risk for depression. They hope to better understand the interplay between human biology and environmental stressors to identify at-risk kids earlier and get them the help they need.

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  • SCRA offering discounts off initiation fees: The Stanford Campus Recreation Association (SCRA), an on-campus swimming and tennis club for housing-eligible faculty and staff, is offering discounts of 50 percent off its initiation fee to new members who join between now and May. SCRA, located at the intersection of Bowdoin Street and Stanford Avenue, offers a newly renovated clubhouse with fitness room, a 25-meter-by-25-yard pool, a baby pool, seven tennis courts and a BBQ area. Membership is restricted to faculty and staff members eligible to buy housing on campus.
  • Big Game change: The date of the 113th Big Game between Stanford and Cal, originally scheduled for Dec. 4 in Berkeley, has been moved up two weeks to Nov. 20. The change was made to avoid a conflict with finals week at Stanford.
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Stanford Law School alumnus TONY WEST, U.S. assistant attorney general, returned to the Farm on Tuesday to discuss ending violence against women.

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