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Q&A: Thomas Henriksen on the killing of Osama bin Laden

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Thomas Henriksen, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, spoke with Stanford News Service about the killing of Osama bin Laden, its impact on America's war on terror and the repercussions on the relationships among the United States, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

'Small fry' fish also vulnerable to population plunges

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Sharks, tuna, billfish and other oceanic top predators have suffered major population declines in recent decades, causing many researchers to consider them the species at the highest risk of extinction. But now, researchers have found small fishes are at an equal or greater risk of a collapse.

Writer Thomas Friedman on Facebook Open Office Hours

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Thomas Friedman, the foreign affairs columnist of the New York Times, will be featured in the next Open Office Hours segment on the Stanford Facebook page. Post questions for Friedman, and he will answer two or three. Responses will be posted next week.

Stanford joins national collaborative on high-risk drinking

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Stanford is one of 14 institutions to join a national initiative that will use comprehensive evaluation and measurement techniques to identify and implement the most effective ways to confront binge drinking. Ira Friedman, director of Vaden Health Center, will lead Stanford's team.

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  • New and improved searchable campus map: Land, Buildings and Real Estate has unveiled a new Google Map-based map. The new application provides features for obtaining driving directions and the ability to search for buildings and their aliases, departments and classrooms. It's also compatible across multiple browsers. Most importantly, it will serve as a framework for a series of planned future enhancements. Take it for a test drive.
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RYAN WHALEN drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals; RICHARD SHERMAN drafted by the Seattle Seahawks; SIONE FUA selected by the Carolina Panthers and the Cleveland Browns pick OWEN MARECIC. Meanwhile, Cardinal basketball's junior guard JEREMY GREEN dips a toe in the 2011 NBA draft  . . .

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