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Stanford Report

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

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Students guide women from prison to entrepreneurship

A pro bono Law School project helps women recently out of prison launch their own businesses. Project ReMADE, which stands for Reentry: Making a Difference through Entrepreneurship, was founded by Stanford law student Angela McCray, right.

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Senate to consider proposals on new breadth requirements

The Faculty Senate on Thursday will consider two proposals designed to implement the new non-disciplinary undergraduate breadth requirements. Judith Goldstein, chair of the Committee on Undergraduate Standards and Policy, will present one of those proposals.

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Martin Amis, controversial author, coming to Stanford

Martin Amis is famous for his sharp, inventive prose and barbed comments. The British author's next novel is about a violent criminal who wins the lottery. During a visit May 7, he will hold a daytime colloquium and an evening reading.

Campus Announcements

  • TEDxStanford livestream: Unfortunately, tickets are sold out for TedxStanford, which will take place on campus May 19. But you don't have to miss it. There will be a live stream. To sign up now to be notified when the webstream goes live, visit the TEDxStanford livestream website.
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