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    1. Convocation: New president welcomes new students and their parents | Stanford News

      Convocation: New president welcomes new students and their parents | Stanford News

      Move-in day 2016 at Stanford Clear skies and a refrain of "Welcome to Stanford!" greeted members of the Class of 2020 and transfer students as they arrived at the Farm for move-in day on Tuesday. Among those welcoming students and their families to campus was President Marc Tessier-Lavigne. University photographer Linda Cicero captured some of the highlights.

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    2. Prepared remarks by student speaker Debnil Sur at Convocation | Stanford News

      September 21, 2016 Prepared remarks by student speaker Debnil Sur at Convocation Good afternoon new students, families, President Tessier-Lavigne, Provost Etchemendy, Vice Provost Elam, Dean Shaw, faculty members and trustees. I’d like to start with a survey for the first-year students. Everyone listening? Great. Here’s the question: raise your hand if you know what you want to major in. OK, hands down. Now, raise your hand if you have no idea. If you have your hand up, don’t worry.

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    3. Stanford seniors’ thesis projects garner university medals | Stanford News

      Stanford seniors’ thesis projects garner university medals | Stanford News

      July 15, 2016 Stanford seniors’ thesis projects garner university medals The projects conducted by the winners of the 2016 Firestone and Golden medals and the Kennedy Prize represent the breadth of the undergraduate experience at Stanford. They included research on germ cell, federal farm animal policy, the tailoring industry in Naples, ethics and autonomous vehicles, and the writings of author Zadie Smith.

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    4. New interactive database lets Stanford scholars map a mindset

      New interactive database lets Stanford scholars map a mindset
      An all-consuming public interest in family, religion and football in modern rural Texas is just one of the cultural snapshots that can be culled from Mapping Texts, a new interactive database that generates graphical interpretations of language trends embedded in over 230,000 pages of Texas newspapers from the late 1820s through the early 2000s. A collaborative initiative between the University of North Texas and Stanford's Bill Lane Center for the American West, Mapping Texts is sponsored by a
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