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Elam now 'directing' Stanford's undergraduate education

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Drama Professor Harry Elam began his career at the Farm in 1989, when he accepted a visiting teaching position in the Drama Department. Two decades later, he is the new Freeman-Thornton Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education.

Freshman move-in day is Tuesday; doors open at 8 a.m.

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Carting their belongings, new undergraduate students will arrive on campus tomorrow, beginning at 8 a.m. New Student Orientation, which runs from Sept. 14 to 19, expects 1,675 freshmen and 20 transfer students.

Feedback sought on proposed Marguerite route changes

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Parking & Transportation Services has proposed making significant changes to three Marguerite shuttle bus lines — Line A, Line B and the Midnight Express Line. They want to know what faculty and staff think about the proposed changes. Let them know by Sept. 30.

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  • AlertSU improvements: The Office of Emergency Management has improved the AlertSU notification system: Emeriti and affiliates can now opt into the system to receive emergency notifications; faculty, staff, emeriti and affiliates can opt their personal phone numbers out of AlertSU while leaving them listed in the Stanford directory; and faculty, staff, emeriti and affiliates can now enter a second email address. Visit to take advantage of the enhancements and to update your information. The next test of AlertSU will be Oct. 7, during a university-wide emergency drill. Send questions to
the dish

The Cardinal boasts 34 professional baseball players, including Washington Nationals rookie DREW STOREN. As the minor league season concludes, Stanford Athletics tracks how they did this year …

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