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Campus will be asked to duck, cover and hold on Oct. 7

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A campus-wide earthquake drill on Oct. 7 will help faculty, staff and students learn to duck, cover and hold under tables and other sturdy structures and to check in at emergency assembly points to account for one another. Emergency Manager Keith Perry says this may be a first-of-its-kind drill.

Migrations of marlins revealed in unusual collaboration

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Stanford researchers have been collaborating with "catch and release" anglers at the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament to better understand the migration patterns of the Pacific blue marlin. In a novel arrangement, the great fish are tagged between the catching and the releasing.

NIH awards $12.7 million for study of childhood obesity

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In a new effort to combat childhood obesity, the National Institutes of Health has awarded researchers at the School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital a $12.7 million grant to design a pediatric weight-control program. The team is led by Thomas Robinson.

Freshman move-in 2010: Oh, what a day it was!

Photo from convocation

Filled with excitement and anticipation, freshman move-in day is one of the most memorable of the academic year. University Photographer Linda Cicero chronicles the day, from early morning move-in to late afternoon Convocation.

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  • Farm Aid Grants available: The Stanford Institute for Creativity in the Arts (SiCa) is accepting applications for the Farm Aid Grant Program. Grants of up to $1,500 are given to faculty for class trips to course-related performances and exhibitions, artist visits to classes and studios, and materials for course projects. Learn about SiCa grants.
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Senior ZEV KARLIN-NEUMANN helps us remember when JOHN F. KENNEDY walked the halls of Stanford …

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