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Monday,    July 9, 2012

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The new JD: Innovation in legal education at Stanford

The Law School embarked on curriculum changes back when there were no compelling economic reasons to do so. Now, in one of the toughest legal hiring markets in recent history, graduates are better prepared to compete and forge their own careers.

Photo of the book, cd and apps that are part of the 2012 Three Books program

'Three Books' program to feature book, movie, apps

For the first time in its history, Stanford's "Three Books" program won't include three books. It will feature the book Fargo Rock City: A Heavy Metal Odyssey in Rural Nörth Daköta, the 2007 film My Kid Could Paint That and the apps MadPad, Ocarina and I Am T-Pain.

Photo of Gael García Bernal and other actors in Even the Rain

International film series focuses lens on food, water

Feast to Famine: Global Politics of Food and Water, a film series hosted by the Division of International, Comparative and Area Studies, focuses on the culture and politics of two important commodities. One film, Even the Rain, features actor Gael García Bernal.

Campus Announcements

  • Cantor Arts construction: The Cantor Arts Center will remain open during restoration and construction this summer. The skylight that illuminates the lobby is being restored. In addition, parking lots around the museum are being temporarily affected by Stanford Energy System Innovations construction. Visit the website for more information.

the dish

TEDxStanford videos now online: Former DEAN JULIE  talks about the "padded cell of childhood" . . . Music composer and scholar MARK APPLEBAUM asks, "Is it music?"



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