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Etchemendy presents cautiously optimistic budget outlook

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"The budget situation this year is much, much better than it was last year," Provost John Etchemendy told the Faculty Senate. "But as my mother always told me: Don't count your chickens before they're hatched. So I caution you that things could change at any moment, as we discovered in 2008."

Scientists offer solutions to arsenic groundwater poisoning

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In Bangladesh, people dig deep wells to find drinking water free of naturally occurring arsenic. But farmers also are pumping water from those deep aquifers, threatening the water supply and public health. Scientists say this is a precious resource that must be preserved for drinking.

Visitor Center celebrates roomy new quarters, technology

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To the list of ways a visitor can explore campus – on foot, by golf cart or bike – Stanford has added another: via an interactive kiosk in the new Visitor's Center. The center, which opened its doors in February, is located on Galvez Street where the Track House Sport Shop used to be.

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  • Physics Library closes June 9: As part of the closure, all Physics Library materials are due back on or before that date and are not eligible for renewal. If possible, please return books directly to the Physics Library, which is located on the third floor of the Varian Building, or to the Physics Library book drop outside the Physics-Astrophysics Building. A reception to mark the library's passing is planned for Tuesday, June 1, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. in the Physics Library.
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Secretary of State HILLARY CLINTON speaks at national security event organized by CISAC's STEPHEN STEDMAN and BRUCE JONES . . .

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