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Stanford University
Evening at the #Stanford Barn. Credit: @tshabani, '14 #FarmPhoto
#Sunset at the #soccer field. Credit: @the_kehoe #FarmPhoto
Kelley O'Hara, '10, helped secure a spot for the #USWNT in the @FIFAWWC final by scoring the second goal tonight.
Lovebirds could provide inspiration to engineers designing better drone cameras:
Sunrise over campus from the #Stanford Dish Trail. Credit: @tshabani, '14 #FarmPhoto
In a speech at Stanford, @UN leader Ban Ki-moon called for global action to fight poverty:
Seen this month at Stanford: The #Stanford15 Wacky Walk.
This month at Stanford: Engineers developed a computer that operates on droplets of water.
Said this month at Stanford: "Don't let a four-inch screen narrow your vision." –@RichardEngel #Stanford15
This month at Stanford: Water made a brief return to campus fountains in honor of graduating students. #FarmPhoto
This month at Stanford: Students experimented with the idea of a conductorless orchestra.
Seen this month at Stanford: Sunrise over the Quad. #FarmPhoto
This month at Stanford: Scientists invented a water splitter that produces hydrogen fuel 24/7.
The rainbow flag flies outside Stanford’s #LGBT Community Resources Center, which provides a warm and welcoming space for all students. Credit: @tshabani, '14
Arts faculty and staff are making final preparations for the McMurtry Building's fall opening:
"Life begins at the edge of your comfort zone." Watch Yubing Zhang's @TEDxStanford talk:
#Stanford's Science and Engineering Quad is a modern tribute to the design of the historic Main Quad. Credit: @tshabani, '14
A single-catalyst water splitter invented by Stanford scientists produces hydrogen fuel 24/7:
#Stanford Summer Session begins today. Over 175 courses are offered to current and visiting students, U.S. Veterans and high school students. Credit: @tshabani, '14
The Arizona Cactus Garden is home to over 500 cacti and succulents. #FarmPhoto
Two @stanfordwswim stars are among those helping change the complexion of the sport:
Inside Green Library. #FarmPhoto Credit: @tshabani, '14
Stanford scholars are learning more about the lives of 19th-century Chinese railroad workers:

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