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East Palo Alto middle-schoolers get the Stanford treatment

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The East Palo Alto Stanford Academy is a rigorous, two-year academic support program for seventh- and eighth-graders. Funded by the Haas Center and staffed largely by Stanford undergrads, the program offers participants valuable exposure to college life and role models.

Abbas Milani discusses Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's tumble

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Discord between Iran's controversial president and the "divinely anointed" archconservative leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has again raised questions about the nation's political stability. Abbas Milani, left, director of Iranian Studies at Stanford, provides his analysis.

On video: Bowlsby discusses Pac-12 multi-media agreement

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The Pacific-12 Conference has teamed up with ESPN and FOX Sports Media Group on a landmark agreement for a broadcast and national cable television package that extends and expands long-time partnerships with both media companies. Athletics Director Bob Bowlsby talks about the deal.

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  • Free Monday night film festival: Stanford Summer Theater's Memory Play Festival includes a free film series on the theme of memory. The films, followed by a discussion, are shown on Monday nights from 7-10 p.m. in Annenberg Auditorium through Aug. 8. Tonight's offering? La Guerre est finie. Pavle Levi, assistant professor of film studies in the Department of Art & Art History, will lead the discussion. Visit the film series website for the full schedule.
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