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Trustee retreat focuses on land use, centers and New York

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As has become its tradition over the past several years, the Stanford Board of Trustees devoted its spring meeting to taking a long view of university issues, including land use, interdisciplinary centers and the New York City campus proposal. Board Chair Leslie Hume explains.

Virtual Human Interaction Lab merges digital and real life

Photo of a virtual tree from the Virtual Human Interaction Lab

Understanding how to influence real-world changes by immersing people in virtual reality environments is at the heart of the work under way in the Virtual Human Interaction Lab. For instance, Stanford researchers have found that cutting down a virtual tree can lead people to use less paper.

Artist-in-residence Trimpin premieres Gurs Zyklus May 14

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People have a hard time explaining Trimpin, who has been in residence at Stanford this year. Is he an artist? Inventor? Musician? Composer? Come see for yourself when he premieres Gurs Zyklus on May 14 in Memorial Auditorium in collaboration with director and vocalist Rinde Eckert.

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  • Cardinal & White spring game: The Stanford football team will play at San Francisco's Kezar Stadium on Saturday. Admission is free. Check out the team's spirited video about visiting San Francisco with the Tree in tow to promote the game here. Fan activities start at noon. Kickoff is at 2 p.m. Go Cardinal!
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