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Friday,    March 30, 2012

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Cardinal Rules! Men's basketball wins NIT title

Stanford men's basketball routed Minnesota 75-51 to win the National Invitation Tournament title Thursday night in New York City's Madison Square Garden. It is the Cardinal's second NIT title; the first was in 1991.

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Economist uses technology to bridge China's education gap

Stanford economist Scott Rozelle says 80 percent of urban Chinese students have Internet access, compared with 2 percent of their rural peers. The gap threatens to leave too many children behind and jeopardizes China's economic future.

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At Cantor, team of experts interprets an artist's intent

How do you light a work of light? The staff at the Cantor Arts Center faced that dilemma when they installed the two large works that comprise Light Works: Dan Flavin and Robert Irwin. It took a team of experts three days to feel they got it right.

Campus Announcements

  • Sterling Award, last call: The nominations deadline is today for the Alumni Association's J. E. Wallace Sterling Award and the Class of '12 Award of Excellence. The Sterling Award recognizes a graduating senior whose leadership and volunteer activities have made the largest impact on the Stanford community. The Class of '12 Award of Excellence recognizes graduating seniors who have demonstrated a sincere commitment to the university through involvement, leadership and extraordinary Stanford spirit. For information, visit the student award website.
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JENNIFER SUMMIT named an American Council on Education Fellow . . .



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