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Saturday’s STAN serves as prototype for future events

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At STAN, an acronym for Society, Technology, Arts and Nature, about 200 people gathered at the Arrillaga Alumni Center for a program of short talks and performances. Cecilia Mo, a doctoral student, left, recounted her research in human trafficking and the concept of “actionable compassion.”

Holder to law students: 'Help those who need us the most'

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U. S. Attorney General Eric Holder, left, was on hand for the dedication of the Stanford Law School's new William H. Neukom Building on Friday. In his remarks, Holder acknowledged Stanford's commitment to including public service in the law school's curriculum.

Stanford computer scientists find Internet security flaw

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Researchers at the Stanford Security Laboratory have created a computer program to defeat audio captchas on website account registration forms, revealing a design flaw that leaves them vulnerable to automated attacks. The researchers include Elie Bursztein, left, and John Mitchell.

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  • Freshman Academic Excellence: President John Hennessy is seeking nominations for the President's Awards for Academic Excellence in the Freshman Year. Nominations should be sent to Laura Selznick, academic director in Undergraduate Advising and Research, by July 22. Read the full announcement for more information.
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ANGELINA CARDONA wins Alumni Association's STERLING AWARD  . . .

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