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Class creates graphic novels from concept to finished books

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The Stanford Graphic Novel Project is a very successful sign of the times. Its students produce a published, full-length graphic novel in a few short months. This year's novel, Pika-Don, tells the story of a survivor of both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings in 1945. It was published this month.

Blau, Shatz reflect on their careers as pioneers in science

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When Helen Blau, in red, and Carla Shatz came to Stanford in 1978, they were two of the first women to be hired on the tenure track for basic science faculty. Over the decades, they have remained the closest of friends. In this video, they reflect on their lives as women scientists.

Faculty Senate minutes for Oct. 21 now available online

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The minutes of the Oct. 21 Faculty Senate meeting include memorial resolutions for C. Allin Cornell, civil and environmental engineering professor, and Graduate School of Business Professor James T. S. Porterfield, left. Other business included athletics and announcement of Bass fellows.

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  • Cardinal graduation success: Nineteen Stanford athletics programs compiled graduation rates of 100 percent, and none received graduation rates lower than 80 percent, according to the Graduation Success Rate report, which was released by the NCAA today. Read more on the Athletics website.
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