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Stanford Report

Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012

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Law School to collaborate in training Afghan lawyers

Stanford Law School's Afghanistan Legal Education Project has been awarded a $7.2 million U.S. State Department grant to support Stanford and the American University of Afghanistan in developing a double-bachelors law degree program.

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Frosh discover campus via NSO Sonic Scavenger Hunt

During the Sonic Scavenger Hunt, held during New Student Orientation, frosh and transfers used MadPad to collect campus sounds and images, including a book slamming shut amidst the quiet of the Lane Reading Room in Green Library.

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More authority means less stress, psychologists find

In a study of high-ranking government and military officials, Stanford psychologist James Gross and a Harvard team found that a higher rank was associated with less anxiety and lower levels of stress.

Campus Announcements

  • Founders' Celebration: This year's Founders' Celebration will be held at the Cantor Arts Center during Reunion Weekend on Sunday, Oct. 7, beginning at 2 p.m. Founders' Celebration commemorates the legacy of the Stanford family and its founding of Stanford University. The event will feature remarks, a period dance presentation and the opening of the Stanford Mausoleum. Visit the website.
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SherLARKIN Holmes? Public TWAINsportation? Residential student staff welcome dorm mates to the "punny" Farm with hilarious and provocative themes....

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