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Freshmen to explore the ethics of war in 'Three Books'

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This summer, the class of 2015 is reading One Bullet Away: The Making of a Marine Officer by Nathaniel Fick, The Violence of Peace: America’s Wars in the Age of Obama by Stephen L. Carter and March by Geraldine Brooks. The authors will visit campus during New Student Orientation.

Video: Philosophy at San Quentin Prison, Damon Horowitz

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On this video from the recent STAN conference, alum Damon Horowitz spins a riveting tale of what it's like to teach philosophy to inmates in San Quentin Prison. A philosophy professor and "serial entrepreneur," Horowitz explores what is possible at the boundaries of technology and the humanities.

Ready for renewal: Medical Center preps for modernization

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Now that the Stanford Medical Center Renewal Project has scaled all of its approval hurdles, work on the $3 billion project will begin this summer. Here is a closer look at the improvements that ultimately will bring state-of-the-art patient care and research facilities to the community.

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  • Got SHALA? Just a reminder that benefits-eligible faculty and staff can lower their medical plan contributions in 2012 by completing the Stanford Health and Lifestyle Assessment (SHALA) and the Personal Wellness Profile by Nov. 30, 2011. For details, visit the BeWell@Stanford website.
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