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Calderón and camera phones highlight Commencement

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As a new feature of this year's Commencement on Sunday, which features Mexican President, Felipe Calderón, left, Stanford is inviting graduates and their friends and family members to email or text graduation photos for posting on the Jumbotron screens in Stanford Stadium during the festivities.

Making public health awareness sustainable in rural China

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The second installment of a series on the Stanford Rural Education Action Project looks at efforts to address the intestinal worm infestation afflicting China's children. While not usually deadly, worms can lead to severe malnutrition, poor school performance and limited economic opportunities.

Digital humanities gaining prominence, becoming cool

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Just a few years ago, "digital humanities" was widely perceived as the province of nerds. No more. Later this month, Stanford will host "Big Tent Digital Humanities," an international conference co-organized by Matthew Jockers, left, an academic technology specialist and lecturer in English.

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