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The Daily Cougar
Nation's largest publisher of US Hispanic texts is UH-basedopened his business in 1979 to provide books for Latino studies courses in univ
Nation's largest publisher of US Hispanic texts is UH-based
The Daily Cougar / Posted 8 hours ago
opened his business in 1979 to provide books for Latino studies courses in universities. When schools like Stanford and Yale started adopting works done by minority and women authors in the mid-80s, Arte Público Press discovered its... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
Sorry KRS-One But When It Comes to Sexual Abuse Our Leaders Are Not Beyond Reproachcan name a few reasons: closure, retribution and restoration, guilt, shame, the
Sorry KRS-One But When It Comes to Sexual Abuse Our Leaders Are Not Beyond Reproach
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 4 days ago
can name a few reasons: closure, retribution and restoration, guilt, shame, the need to feel believed and unburdened, etc… In the interviewer’s case, she argued that the men had come forward as a way to encourage Bambaataa to repent, or... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Fil-Am dermatologist is just her natural self on TVlaude graduate of the University of California in San Diego met Dr. James Lee w
Fil-Am dermatologist is just her natural self on TV
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 days ago
laude graduate of the University of California in San Diego met Dr. James Lee while both of them attended medical school at Stanford University. There they married and started a family. “We had our first child a couple of months before graduating... Read more
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Business Wire
Sift Security Exits Stealth with an Easier, Faster and Smarter Approach to Threat Hunting and Incident Responserelational graph data structures and analytics; fast and scalable machine-learn
Sift Security Exits Stealth with an Easier, Faster and Smarter Approach to Threat Hunting and Incident Response
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
relational graph data structures and analytics; fast and scalable machine-learning algorithms initially developed at Stanford and MIT; and the commoditization of scalable search. Graphs are data structures that emphasize the relationships... Read more
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The Hill
Make Turkey great again?to in Turkey as "Turks," as opposed to other Turkish citizens who are ethnicall
Make Turkey great again?
The Hill / Posted 5 days ago
to in Turkey as "Turks," as opposed to other Turkish citizens who are ethnically Kurdish, Armenian, Jewish, Greek, Arab, etc. — who have for decades felt excluded and marginalized, if not oppressed, by measures that seemed to benefit a thin layer... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool FC US tour will set up base camp in heart of Silicon ValleyAirport in the early hours. Then it’s a charter flight from JLA direct to Calif
Liverpool FC US tour will set up base camp in heart of Silicon Valley
Liverpool Echo / Posted 5 days ago
Airport in the early hours. Then it’s a charter flight from JLA direct to California.Liverpool will base themselves at Stanford University in Palo Alto for their American tour Where will the Reds be based? Liverpool will make their training... Read more
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The Forward
How Rabbi Max Ticktin Changed My Life With ‘Yes But’ Torah Scholarshipabout why any of these people should be taken seriously today. Weren’t they sex
How Rabbi Max Ticktin Changed My Life With ‘Yes But’ Torah Scholarship
The Forward / Posted 6 days ago
about why any of these people should be taken seriously today. Weren’t they sexist, chauvinist, racist, ethnocentric, etc? The answer was always “Yes, but…” and it was the “but” part that was so interesting. When the class ended I wanted... Read more
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Business Insider
Malcolm Gladwell is arguing that colleges sacrifice admitting low-income students for delicious dining-hall food — and people think it's ridiculousfor Bowdoin about student aid, institutional values, Bowdoin's commitment to lo
Malcolm Gladwell is arguing that colleges sacrifice admitting low-income students for delicious dining-hall food — and people think it's ridiculous
Business Insider / Posted 7 days ago
for Bowdoin about student aid, institutional values, Bowdoin's commitment to low-income and middle-income families, etc., etc.?" Via email to Inside Higher Ed, Gladwell defended his approach to reporting for the podcast. He said that the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area girls coding for cashcutting down on waste. The app takes a user's location and the items he or she
Bay Area girls coding for cash
The Mercury News / Posted 11 days ago
cutting down on waste. The app takes a user's location and the items he or she wants to dispose of (clothing, toys, etc.) and matches that data with nearby donation centers. The Loc8Don8 app shown on a smartphone as sisters Jennifer John,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Trying to cut your drinking? There's an app for thatin behaviour through persuasion but not coercion. This is known as persuasive t
Trying to cut your drinking? There's an app for that
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
in behaviour through persuasion but not coercion. This is known as persuasive technology, a term originally coined by Stanford University researcher BJ Fogg. Such technologies have already helped with other problems, such as obesity, bullying... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Bay Area girls coding for cashcutting down on waste. The app takes a user's location and the items he or she
Bay Area girls coding for cash
Silicon Valley / Posted 12 days ago
cutting down on waste. The app takes a user's location and the items he or she wants to dispose of (clothing, toys, etc.) and matches that data with nearby donation centers. Both girls have been coding since elementary school, but... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area girls coding for cashcutting down on waste. The app takes a user's location and the items he or she
Bay Area girls coding for cash
The Mercury News / Posted 12 days ago
cutting down on waste. The app takes a user's location and the items he or she wants to dispose of (clothing, toys, etc.) and matches that data with nearby donation centers. Both girls have been coding since elementary school, but... Read more
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ESPN
Funny men: Most likely future comic on each top 25 team?seems to be having fun, and that would serve him well if he tried to make peopl
Funny men: Most likely future comic on each top 25 team?
ESPN / Posted 13 days ago
seems to be having fun, and that would serve him well if he tried to make people laugh for a living. -- David Ching7. Stanford Cardinal After a stint playing minor league baseball, Hoffpauir returns to the Farm, bringing with him his big hits... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Michigan QB recruit Dylan McCaffrey quiet, but few doubt leadershiphim by surprise. Sitting in California on Jan. 1, preparing to watch his broth
Michigan QB recruit Dylan McCaffrey quiet, but few doubt leadership
Detroit Free Press / Posted 17 days ago
him by surprise. Sitting in California on Jan. 1, preparing to watch his brother Christian dominate the Rose Bowl for Stanford, Dylan’s mind was 2,500 miles east, in Orlando. Michigan was crushing Florida in the Citrus Bowl, 41-7, and Dylan... Read more
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CTV News
Diagnostic test could help prevent overuse of antibioticsdiagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational M
Diagnostic test could help prevent overuse of antibiotics
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
diagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine, is being developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine in California. "A lot of times you can't really tell what kind of infection someone... Read more
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Newsmax
Blood Test May Help Prevent Overuse of Antibioticsdiagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational M
Blood Test May Help Prevent Overuse of Antibiotics
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
diagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine, is being developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine in California. "A lot of times you can't really tell what kind of infection someone... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Now, a blood test to prevent overuse of antibioticsdiagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational M
Now, a blood test to prevent overuse of antibiotics
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
diagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine, is being developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine in California. “A lot of times you can’t really tell what kind of infection someone... Read more
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dna
Blood test may help prevent overuse of antibioticsdiagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational M
Blood test may help prevent overuse of antibiotics
dna / Posted 18 days ago
diagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine, is being developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine in California. "A lot of times you can't really tell what kind of infection someone... Read more
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iafrica.com
Blood test can prevent antibiotics overusediagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational M
Blood test can prevent antibiotics overuse
iafrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
diagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine, is being developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine in California. "A lot of times you can't really tell what kind of infection someone... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Blood test may help prevent overuse of antibioticsdiagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational M
Blood test may help prevent overuse of antibiotics
Manila Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
diagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine, is being developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine in California. “A lot of times you can’t really tell what kind of infection someone... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Blood test may help prevent overuse of antibioticsdiagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational M
Blood test may help prevent overuse of antibiotics
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
diagnostic test, described in the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine, is being developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine in California. "A lot of times you can't really tell what kind of infection someone... Read more
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iol.co.za
How Twitter helps cyberstalkersprocess, people in a dispute need to be able to know who their accusers are and
How Twitter helps cyberstalkers
iol.co.za / Posted 20 days ago
process, people in a dispute need to be able to know who their accusers are and what the claims are. But agents, proxies, etc. are possibilities if done correctly.” In hindsight, Renee wishes that Twitter would have made the proxy option clearer.... Read more
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Chichester Observer
‘leader of prolific, callous and brazen’ drug gang jailedand leader’ of a ‘prolific, callous and brazen’ drug gang has been jailed, poli
‘leader of prolific, callous and brazen’ drug gang jailed
Chichester Observer / Posted 21 days ago
and leader’ of a ‘prolific, callous and brazen’ drug gang has been jailed, police have said. Remy Douieb, 22, of Stanford Avenue, was sentenced to six years at Lewes Crown Court on Friday June 24, for his role in a heroin and crack... Read more
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The Financial Express
Artificial Intelligence:How a chatbot saved 3 mn for ‘erring’ motoristshelps you wiggle out of paying fines for parking violations. Developed by Joshu
Artificial Intelligence:How a chatbot saved 3 mn for ‘erring’ motorists
The Financial Express / Posted 21 days ago
helps you wiggle out of paying fines for parking violations. Developed by Joshua Browder, a 19-year-old studying at Stanford, the chatbot has helped overturn 160,000 parking tickets issued in New York and London. This has saved users nearly... Read more
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The Fairmont Sentinel
CourtsW. Bromeland, 60, of Elmore; Sheena C. Curry, 31, of Minneapolis; Bryan L. Mort
Courts
The Fairmont Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
W. Bromeland, 60, of Elmore; Sheena C. Curry, 31, of Minneapolis; Bryan L. Mortensen, 25, of Peoria, Ariz.; Debbie R. Stanford, 57, of Nassau Bay, Texas; John E. Zaharia, 43, of Truman; John F. Simmons, 64, of Spencer, Iowa; each fined... Read more
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Business Insider
Reid Hoffman talks to us about the magic of PayPal, the dawn of the networked age, and the meaning of lifewhich launched in 2002 and has since become the default online venue for job hu
Reid Hoffman talks to us about the magic of PayPal, the dawn of the networked age, and the meaning of life
Business Insider / Posted 25 days ago
which launched in 2002 and has since become the default online venue for job hunting and making professional connections, fetching a price tag of $26.2 billion when it was bought by Microsoft this June. Hoffman is still the chairman of LinkedIn,... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
These People Who Followed Their Passions Share How And Why They Did ItJulie Lythcott-Haims, author of the New York Times bestseller How to Raise an A
These People Who Followed Their Passions Share How And Why They Did It
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 25 days ago
Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of the New York Times bestseller How to Raise an Adult and former dean of freshmen at Stanford University, decided to give up her career in corporate law in order to pursue a career on a college campus, she... Read more
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The Financial Express
Why do applicants fail in the top B-school interviews?For some schools such as Harvard Business School, interviews are even more impo
Why do applicants fail in the top B-school interviews?
The Financial Express / Posted 27 days ago
For some schools such as Harvard Business School, interviews are even more important as compared with a school such as Stanford that lays a lot of emphasis on the application question. While it may seem like it is primarily because something... Read more
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Mashable
Google's Project Bloks designed to get kids programming earlyBase Boards, Pucks and the Brain Board. Pucks can be used to initialize any num
Google's Project Bloks designed to get kids programming early
Mashable / Posted 27 days ago
Base Boards, Pucks and the Brain Board. Pucks can be used to initialize any number of functions (on, off, turn, go, etc.) and work by connecting to square Base Boards via capacitive sensors. Those two components are given power and... Read more
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Morningstar
How to Reduce--or Eliminate--the Need for Student Loansby reviewing its student profile on College Scorecard, a great online tool that
How to Reduce--or Eliminate--the Need for Student Loans
Morningstar / Posted 29 days ago
by reviewing its student profile on College Scorecard, a great online tool that breaks out useful government statistics. Stanford, for example, has an endowment of more than $20 billion (the third-richest college after Harvard and Yale) and... Read more
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examiner.com
Business funding, Johnson and Johnson San Franciscoor corporations. Bio One, which offers international partnering meetings with J
Business funding, Johnson and Johnson San Francisco
examiner.com / Posted a month ago
or corporations. Bio One, which offers international partnering meetings with Johnson and Johnson, Eli Lilly, Merck, etc; that give start-ups the opportunity to merge with larger corporations or equilateral partnerships (Bio One). SBIR and... Read more

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