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How sweet it is: Women's basketball beats Iowa 96-67

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Fans gave Rosalyn Gold-Onwude a rousing standing ovation Monday night after the fifth-year senior landed seven three-point shots and a career-high 26 points to help the Cardinal women roll past the Iowa Hawkeyes 96-67 and into the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament.  The team will face Georgia Saturday, March 27, in Sacramento.

Med School extends ban on industry gifts to adjunct faculty

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The community physicians who serve as adjunct clinical faculty at the Medical School must abide by the medical center’s policy on industry interactions. Anyone with a Stanford title must adhere to the same policies that apply to full-time faculty as a precondition for maintaining that title, said the School of Medicine's Dean Philip Pizzo.

Philanthropist, entrepreneur to address GSB grads

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Jeff Skoll, the first president of eBay and founder of the Skoll Foundation, the Skoll Global Threats Fund, and Participant Media, will address the School of Business graduation ceremony on June 12, 2010. Skoll also was a producer of An Inconvenient Truth and 2010 Oscar-winning documentary The Cove.

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  • Spring quarter HIP classes: Spring quarter HIP classes begin March 29. In addition to the pilates, yoga, strength training and aerobics classes, there are healthy living classes such as "Awaken Your Natural Voice" and "Easing Your Journey Through Loss." The spring brochure and registration form are available on the HIP website.
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Graduate students DEYRA N. RODRIGUEZ and WAQAS MUSTAFEEZ are the first- and second-place winners of the Marguerite photo contest . . .

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