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  1. Parry's decision to attend Stanford has paid big dividendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | Palo Alto Weekly

    Fifth-year senior defensive tackle David Parry celebrates during Stanford's victory over California in the Big Game this season. Photo by Jim Shorin/stanfordphoto.com Fifth-year senior defensive tackle David Parry took a big chance attending Stanford as a walk-on football player.

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  2. What's Next For Big Data?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | Forbes.com

    ... for Data Driven Business at Forbes. I have worked as a writer and editor since 1977. My articles have appeared in Stanford, MIT Technology Review, Computerworld, InfoWorld, Optimize, PC World and several inflight magazines. I have worked on the ...

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  3. Q&A: Stanford's Mark Lemley on the changing landscape in intellectual property lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | Stanford

    ... competing claims about IP data batted around, in 2006 he introduced some metrics to the field and launched the Stanford Intellectual Property Litigation Clearinghouse . A now massive database, the academic research project captured every ...

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  4. Palo Alto: Iconic Ming's restaurant closes, ending an eraRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | Contra Costa Times

    ... Ming's opened in 1956 on El Camino Real. It soon became the destination for families hosting special occasions, Stanford staff and student gatherings and pre-Silicon Valley meetings. After El Camino was widened and displaced the restaurant, Ming's ...

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  5. Stanford Federal Credit Union Selects nCinoRead the original story

    Monday Dec 29 | Freshnews

    As the third fastest growing credit union in California and serving more than 50,000 members, $1.6 billion Stanford FCU holds the quality and performance of its expansive line of products and services at utmost importance. Prior to nCino, the credit union had a homegrown lending platform with limited capabilities in place, and needed a more configurable system that would also reduce its dependency on paper files and simplify users' access to data.

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  6. Ty Montgomery To Miss Foster Farms BowlRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 28 | Terrapin Station MD

    Oct 25, 2014; Stanford, CA, USA; Stanford Cardinal wide receiver Ty Montgomery rushes for a first down during the fourth quarter against the Oregon State Beavers at Stanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Stanton-USA TODAY Sports According to Jon Wilner of The Mercury News , Cardinal senior wide receiver Ty Montgomery will not play in Tuesday's Foster Farms Bowl against the Terrapins.

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  7. Culture in pool at SHP helps produce CCS players of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | The Campbell Reporter

    ... after the departure of Harrison Enright, the CCS player of the year for the previous two seasons and a freshman at Stanford. Swart, who will play next year at Princeton, became a scoring threat on counterattacks, from the perimeter and was the ...

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  8. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art appoints Adine Varah as General CounselRead the original story

    Dec 18, 2014 | Art Daily

    ... Amendment issues and served as Director of Training for the City Attorney's Office. Varah is a Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School, where she co-teaches a course on Art and the Law, which covers the legal, public policy and ethical issues ...

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  9. Ming's Restaurant to close Dec. 28Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Palo Alto Weekly

    ... of U.S. 101, since 1967, but its history in Palo Alto dates back to 1956. Originally on El Camino Real across from Stanford University, it was a subsidiary of Johnny Kan's famed Chinatown eatery. Many of the original recipes, such as Ming's beef, ...

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  10. seniors | - Peninsulites' hold on to friendships - and love - born decades agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | The Jewish News Weekly

    Sally Kadushin said she'd "had enough of farm life" in New York state, so when her older sister was discharged from the Navy in 1946, Sally headed west to join her in San Francisco. There, she finished high school and then found a job as a secretary in the electronics research lab at Stanford.

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  11. From the Farm to... Ann Arbor? Oakland? Miami? A Eulogy for Jim Habaugh's Career with the 49ersRead the original story

    Dec 18, 2014 | Rule of Tree

    ... today to mourn the loss of Harbaugh. O cruel irony! That Harbaugh first rose to prominence when his ragtag bunch of Stanford Cardinal defeated a heavily-favored Pete Carroll USC team - that Harbaugh then scored more points in a single game than any ...

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  12. New Science Paints Picture of Salmon Shark DietRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | NBC Bay Area

    Stanford researcher Aaron Carlisle looks at a picture of a salmon shark on his computer inside the Hopkins Marine Station in Monterey. December 2014 If you hear a snippet of the ominous musical score from the film Jaws, you probably won't conjure up an image of a salmon shark.

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  13. How we met: Their love defied lung cancer and other oddsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Inside Bay Area

    She was in the last stages of terminal lung cancer. In between trips to Stanford University, where Penny was part of a clinical trial, they enjoyed the decorations Don had put up at his home in Santa Rosa and a trip to Kohl's, where Penny, an avid shopper, picked up presents for her adult sons.

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  14. scholar spotlights Catalan journalistRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Stanford

    Spanish journalist Josep Pla works at the office of the weekly "Destino" in 1942. Stanford Professor Joan Ramon Resina is working to bring Pla's works out of obscurity.

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  15. psychologists show that altruism is not simply innateRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Stanford

    ... have debated whether or not people are born into the world preprogrammed to be nice to others. Now, a pair of Stanford psychologists has conducted experiments that indicate altruism has environmental triggers, and is not something we are simply born ...

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  16. freshmen create medieval-inspired artifacts for the 21st centuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Stanford

    Mirae Parker, a freshman enrolled in Stanford's Science in the Making Integrated Learning Environment program, takes a close look at a medieval manuscript in the Stanford Libraries Special Collections. "Stanford owns a valuable collection of codices, and students are always surprised and delighted when we encourage them to touch these rare objects," said Kristen Haring, the program's assistant director.

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  17. Veteran employment falls as disability enrollment climbs, Stanford study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Stanford

    In this 2007 photo, wounded soldiers wait in a physical therapy lab at the Center For The Intrepid at the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. Veterans are more likely to file for disability compensation and less likely to find employment than ever before, Stanford economist Mark Duggan says.

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  18. 's conservation efforts yield water savingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | Stanford

    The Stanford community's commitment to conservation this year resulted in a 4.5 percent reduction in domestic water use and an 18 percent reduction in lake water use over last year. Tom Zigterman, director of water resources and civil infrastructure, and Jennifer Fitch, an environmental engineer, recently reported the water savings numbers, which cover February to October, to the university's Sustainability Working Group.

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  19. seniors | 'Peninsulites' hold on to friendships - and love - born decades agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | The Jewish News Weekly

    Sally Kadushin said she'd "had enough of farm life" in New York state, so when her older sister was discharged from the Navy in 1946, Sally headed west to join her in San Francisco. There, she finished high school and then found a job as a secretary in the electronics research lab at Stanford.

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  20. Hillsborough Native To Swim For Stanford On Men's TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Patch.com

    Hillsborough native Brad Zdroik is one of five student-athletes who has signed on to advance his academic and athletic career on the men's swim team at Stanford University. "Brad has tremendous sprint ability, mostly in the 50 and 100 free, but could be a sleeper in the sprint back and fly.

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