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Senate to hear report on ROTC at Thursday's meeting

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The senate will hear a report on ROTC by history Professor David Kennedy and former Secretary of Defense William Perry. Arthur Bienenstock, special assistant to President John Hennessy for federal policy, will give a report on science policy issues.

Retelling the history of New Mexico's Native Americans

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Historical, archaeological and anthropological portrayals of Native American experiences have focused on the decimation of indigenous populations through rampant disease, cultural extinction and military conquest. But a new book by Michael Wilcox argues that we've got the story all wrong.

BeWell@Stanford: Breaking the silence on colon cancer

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Are you uncomfortable talking about your colon? You are not alone. This collective silence may be contributing to colon cancer's position as the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Stanford has partnered with the American Cancer Society and the Northern California Cancer Center to start this important conversation. 

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  • Valerie Jarrett tickets: Tickets are still available in the Stanford Ticket Office for this year's St. Clair Drake Memorial Lecture on Thursday, March 4, which will be delivered by Valerie Jarrett, one of President Obama's senior advisors and a Stanford alumna. The free event will run from 4 to 5 p.m. in Memorial Auditorium. Tickets will be issued to students, faculty and staff with a Stanford ID.
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DEBORAH GOLDER has appointed JENNIFER CALVERT, CORA GERDES and NATE BOSWELL to newly created positions in Residential Education . . .

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