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Meeting the Challenge: a self-guided tour of campus sights

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From the Knight Management Center to the Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building, there are plenty of new places on campus to admire. A tour, desigend by Stanford Report, features some of the many buildings that have benefited from The Stanford Challenge fundraising campaign.

Stanford students, fresh off the Farm and going global

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The Haas Center’s Post-Graduate Fellowship for International Public Service offers a very different kind of first job. From working toward democracy in Mauritania to fighting the spread of infectious diseases in Kenya, several new grads have had the experience of a lifetime.

Democracy in Libya? Of a sort, says political scientist

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"The usual pattern at this point would be for the rebel coalition, now that the prize that helped unify their efforts has been won, to divide and start fighting for control of It," says political science Professor James Fearon, left, whose research focuses on political violence and ethnic conflict.

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  • Reserve your seat for "Leading Matters on Campus" Please join President John Hennessy and Provost John Etchemendy for "Leading Matters on Campus," a complimentary lunch and celebration for Stanford faculty and staff, Thursday, Oct. 6, from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Maples Pavilion. At this event, the president and provost will discuss the many ways Stanford is addressing the daunting challenges of the 21st century and share highlights from the Leading Matters events that have been held for Stanford alumni and friends in 19 cities around the world. Register to attend.
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Doctoral student ADRIAN MYERS unearths artifacts, faces and stories of a WWII German POW camp in Canada . . .

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