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Betrayed chronicles sad story of Iraqi interpreters, drivers

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New Yorker staff writer George Packer's feelings about the way the U.S. government has treated the Iraqis who worked for it in post-Saddam Iraq are summed up in the one-word title of his play: "Betrayed." Tickets for the play, which will be performed on campus Friday, are sold out.

Michele Elam investigates the 'mulatto millennium'

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In her new book, "The Souls of Mixed Folk: Race, Politics, and Aesthetics in the New Millennium," English Professor Michele Elam explores concepts of mixed race in popular culture: comic strips, novels, art exhibitions, websites, theater and even late-night TV.

Philip Hanawalt wins Princess Takamatsu award

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In his 50 years on campus, biology Professor Philip Hanawalt has made major discoveries in the field of DNA repair and has received numerous awards. He has recruited promising young researchers from around the world to his lab group and is still active in his field, even though he's soon to turn 80.

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  • Memorial service for Sarah Adicoff: A memorial service for Sarah Adicoff, a Stanford junior who died earlier this year after a five-year battle with cancer, is planned for Friday, May 20, in Pigott Theater at 1:30 p.m. Read the full announcement for more details.
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