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Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012

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Assessing the implications of Libya, Egypt embassy attacks

Lina Khatib, who heads the Freeman Spogli Institute's Program on Arab Reform and Democracy, discusses the attacks on the U.S. embassies in Egypt and Libya and what they may mean for the future.

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Study sees wildlife threats in ongoing ocean acidification

One of the greatest threats to wildlife on the planet is the ongoing acidification of the ocean. As acidity rises, there is also less carbonate available, which makes life tough for some ocean creatures.

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Foreign students get a leg up on language and culture

Stanford's English for Foreign Students program, part of the Stanford Language Center, helps international students communicate and cultivate a life on campus. For some students, the program is "life changing."

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Summer research helps students enhance learning

This summer, undergraduates could be found throughout campus and at the Hopkins Marine Station working on their own research or as assistants in laboratories. Intern Kaitlyn Lo's slideshow illustrates the range of work pursued.

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