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Aug. 21, 2012

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Draper Hills fellows get lessons in democratic reform

For three weeks in late July and early August, 24 pro-democracy advocates from 22 countries participated in faculty-led sessions on democracy, economic development, global health, human rights and the new technologies that make it easier to organize and inspire reform.

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Stanford Video links scholars with networks worldwide

Chances are that when a Stanford scholar is being interviewed by CNN, ABC, NBC or CBS, he or she is actually sitting comfortably in a Stanford studio, even as images are being broadcast to millions of people worldwide.

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Women's soccer team scores big in Pac-12 Networks debut

The first half of the Cardinal women's soccer match against Santa Clara Friday night was about the worst possible scenario for the team and for the infant Pac-12 Networks. But the second half? Simply great television.

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