Stanford University

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  • "Never be afraid to do what you’re destined to do," urged Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad at today's Baccalaureate ceremony. #Stanford19

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  • "If I had to give a piece of advice to my fellow members of the Class of 2019, I’d say to not take yourself too seriously, regardless of what you're pursuing. Take it with an air of lightness, and value personal relationships over personal accomplishment."

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  • In a tradition dating back to 1896, graduating seniors left behind mementos from their years at Stanford in a time capsule that was buried beneath the Main Quad today. Check out what some students left behind here: https://stanford.io/2RgHzqX #Stanford19

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  • “Being in a space where there weren’t a ton of Native students in my high school, it was important for me to have that community when I got to college, and Stanford has really provided me with that.”

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  • "When people have a common interest, it’s not too hard to band together for a common goal. Just being able to turn an idea into a plan and something we can execute together — I love that moment when it happens, and everyone's happy.”

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  • “We know the world is changing. We know that humans are a major cause for the change. But what are we actually going to do about it?” Meet Chris LeBoa, a recipient of the #Stanford19 Dinkelspiel Award “for shaping the service experience of his peers with his leadership and his big heart” and “for his commitment to bettering the Stanford community.” https://stanford.io/2K8DkNL

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  • Nine members of the Stanford community will be recognized for their exceptional contributions to the university during Sunday's Commencement ceremony.

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  • Each year before Commencement, graduating seniors are invited to contribute objects to a class time capsule. Here’s what #Stanford19 will bury under the Main Quad on Friday.

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  • "I love Stanford … but ultimately I know that I’ve been equipped with an ideology, a way of thinking and approaching ideas, a way of defamiliarizing contexts and constructs, that I can take with me anywhere." - Arjun Sheth, #Stanford19

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  • Doctors could soon get some help from an #AI tool when diagnosing brain aneurysms – bulges in blood vessels in the brain that can leak or burst open, potentially leading to stroke, brain damage or death.

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  • As chair of Stanford in Government (SIG), Olivia Hope Martin helped register over 2,000 student voters in the midterm elections. Her advice to the graduating class: “Don’t just accept things as they are.” #Stanford19

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  • Nate Persily, election law and free speech expert, discusses his Stanford research practicum that looks at critical issues in creating a social media oversight board for content decisions during a live taping of the “Stanford Legal” podcast. Part 2 of this conversation can be viewed on the Stanford Law Facebook page. For past episodes: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

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  • How do we regulate online hate/terrorist speech? Daphne Keller, an expert in platform regulation and Internet users' rights, discusses how the law is developing particularly in the European Union, during a live taping of the “Stanford Legal” podcast. Part 2 of this conversation can be viewed on the Stanford Law Facebook page. For past episodes, visit: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

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  • Congratulations to Stanford Lightweight Rowing, who won their fifth consecutive national championship this weekend.

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  • Using an accelerated design process, mechanical engineers at Stanford have developed a more stable, efficient prosthetic foot that responds to rough terrain by actively shifting pressure between three different contact points. https://stanford.io/2JMLsTA

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  • On the Stanford Graduate School of Education podcast School’s In, Stanford Medicine’s Dennis Wall explains how his team is developing tools to address key issues in the healthcare system when it comes to diagnosing and treating autism.

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  • Rebecca Silverman explains the different arguments about the best methods for teaching kids how to read on this episode of Stanford Graduate School of Education's School’s In podcast.

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  • Stanford’s iconic Frost Amphitheater has reopened after extensive renovations and upgrades that make it one of the premiere music venues in the Bay Area and a place for university pomp and circumstance.

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  • Stanford Doggo, built from scratch by the Stanford Student Robotics club, can walk, trot, dance, hop, jump, and perform the occasional backflip. https://stanford.io/2YDilFJ

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  • In a study from Stanford's Virtual Human Interaction Lab, 72 percent of participants avoided sitting on a chair they had just seen an avatar sit on.

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  • Stanford researchers mapped symbiotic relationships between trees and microbes worldwide, with the help of more than 200 scientists and data collected from over 1 million forest plots. They found “striking” global patterns, revealing a new biological rule — and indications that massive changes to the symbiotic state of the world’s forests are ahead if carbon emissions continue unabated.

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  • Part 2 of 2
    Kari Nadeau is one of the nation’s foremost experts in adult and pediatric allergy and asthma. On this episode of The Future of Everything, a Stanford Radio podcast, she shares the work she’s done to help patients build tolerance to foods that cause severe or life-threatening reactions. For past episodes, visit https://stanford.io/2IGzFWi

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  • Part 1 of 2
    Kari Nadeau is one of the nation’s foremost experts in adult and pediatric allergy and asthma. On this episode of The Future of Everything, a Stanford Radio podcast, she shares the work she’s done to help patients build tolerance to foods that cause severe or life-threatening reactions. For past episodes, visit https://stanford.io/2IGzFWi

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