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Rural China's poorest students drop out of middle school at twice the rate of their peers, Stanford scholars found: stanford.io/1q358A1
Last call for all-nighters: Meyer Library, constructed in 1965, closes permanently at 4 p.m. on Friday. All of the services that have been available at the facility — including the much loved and much hated 24-hour study room — will be offered at the renovated Lathrop #Library starting Sept. 15. Cre
On @Medium: A recent @CantorArts exhibition explored Rodin's hands with an anatomical eye. stanford.io/XDe7yO pic.twitter.com/VgAeI68FJ7
Meyer Library (here, under construction in 1965) permanently closes its doors at 4 p.m. tomorrow. #TBT #ByeMeyer pic.twitter.com/7fFVV29IrO
Congratulations to @margalitfox and @KieseLaymon, winners of the William Saroyan Prize for International Writing: stanford.io/1vmuavI
Peter Robinson interviews @kevinomccarthy, House majority leader, on @HooverInst's "Uncommon Knowledge": stanford.io/1oexrHC
The U.S. is trapped in a state of political decay, writes @FSIStanford's @FukuyamaFrancis in @ForeignAffairs: stanford.io/1tqP7Ev
Reality and fiction are intertwined in Stanford Repertory Theater's "War of the Worlds": stanford.io/1AyCgnP pic.twitter.com/jBO4ov3fR6
Prof. Alvin Roth on @BW TV: U.S. household incomes are varying more widely in part because of "assortive mating." stanford.io/1tmq0DU
Prof. Alvin Roth talks to @BloombergTV about U.S. wage inequality during a gathering of Nobel laureates in Germany: stanford.io/1AyAROd
A new @CantorArts exhibition explores the visual history of the devil and his realm: stanford.io/YAovrg pic.twitter.com/YRyoOgqyjC
Why do ethnicity, education and income predict musical taste? A networked approach to understanding cultural traits: stanford.io/XA4eSz
What happens to the contents of your recycle bin after they're collected? Anna Hallingstad, '12, MS '13, explains: stanford.io/Yz24m8
In the @SSIReview: Investing with a gender lens can improve financial and social returns. stanford.io/1q09LuA
.@stanfordlaw scholars: The fast tracking of recent arrivals through the immigration "rocket docket" is problematic. stanford.io/1uW5ddb
In an @American_Review cover story, @FSIStanford fellow Karl Eikenberry considers the future of U.S.–China relations: stanford.io/1yWS0yz
Three @StanfordMWP players are competing in the @fina1908 Men's Water Polo World Cup: stanford.io/1uTM3o9 pic.twitter.com/AXABPnP7ba
Professor Jeremy Bailenson joins @KQEDForum to discuss the future of virtual reality: stanford.io/YwogNZ
Ray Henle visits campus to interview Herbert Hoover in this 1960 @StanfordArchive film, featured on @cspan: stanford.io/1AvYdUE
Students with self-transcendent goals are better at handling "boring but important" work. @MindShiftKQED explains: stanford.io/1tlV7yj
.@Kelly_Evans interviews Professor @anatadmati, author of "The Bankers New Clothes," on @CNBCClosingBell: stanford.io/YvGa37
MIT @techreview honors Professor Manu Prakash, whose inventions enable "scientific explorations on the cheap": stanford.io/1AvIk0v
How to boost organ donation? Just keep asking. @Wonkblog reports on a new working paper by Prof. Roth and colleagues: stanford.io/1tlqfhr