1. Oregon vs Stanford West Coast Lacrosse 2015

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    The Oregon Ducks play Stanford down on the farm in a Pac-12 lacrosse game. Oregon leads early, before the Stanford goalie scores a 80 yarder and they pump in 3 goals in 20 seconds. Oregon fights back and trails 6 to 5 at the end of the third quarter, before Stanford puts the hammer down in the fourth.

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    • Firework Champions - the events!

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      We speak to the venues that play host to the Firework Champions events. We also grab a word from two of the competing teams. Newby Hall - www.newbyfireworks.co.uk - Sat 25th July 2015 Stanford Hall - www.stanfordfireworks.co.uk - Sat 1st Aug 2015 Belvoir Castle - www.belvoirfireworks.co.uk - Sat 8th Aug 2015 Capesthorne Hall - www.capesthornefireworks.co.uk - Sat 22nd Aug 2015 Eastnor Castle - www.eastnorfireworks.co.uk - Sat 5th Sep 2015 Organised by www.mlepyrotechnics.co.uk

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      • "Animail" Concept Video

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        Animail is a curriculum and platform designed to help kids all over the world communicate through animation. Developed through a partnership between the Keio Media Design school (Tokyo, Japan) and the Stanford Learning, Design and Technology program (Stanford, USA). Team members: Ashley Moulton (Stanford), Michaela Karis (Stanford), Komkid Topoklang (Keio), Chiname Ume (Keio). Music courtesy of Ben Sound: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/acoustic-folk

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        • Steve Jobs

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          Excerpt from Steve Job's commencement address at Stanford in 2005.

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          • Jennifer Granick: Privacy vs. Security

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            In the realm of big data, privacy is a significant, and often controversial, issue. In this clip, Jennifer Granick takes on the alleged trade-off between “privacy versus security,” and proposes an alternate framing. She is the Director of Civil Liberties at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School. This video is a preview of Worldview Stanford's unique online and on-campus course, Behind and Beyond Big Data. We are currently accepting applications for the course. Learn more and apply here: http://worldview.stanford.edu/course/behind-and-beyond-big-data

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            • The Mayfield Fellows Program: Stanford Engineering 140

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              The Mayfield Fellows Program offers an unparalleled opportunity for Stanford undergraduate and co-terminal students to develop the theoretical understanding, practical knowledge and leadership skills needed for starting and growing technology companies.

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              • Ubuntu Academy - The End of The Beginning 4

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                The next big thing on the agenda is graduation camp! From 1 to 5 April the Ubuntu Academy will be in Stanford, a final get together in the beautiful nature. At camp we will celebrate the Ubuntu Academy pilot, reflect, learn, and make a plan for the future. And of course, the Ubuntu Academy students will graduate. Excitement all around! www.ubuntuacademy.co.za

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                • Dr. Thomas Blom Hansen - Inaugural Guest Scholar-In-Residence Lecture

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                  Dr. Thomas Blom Hansen - Director for the Center of South Asia at Stanford University - inaugurated the Guest Scholar-in-Residence Lecture Series on with 'Modi & the Rise of Hindu Nationalism: A view from Bombay' on the 16th of February, 2015. Watch his entire lecture right here.

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                  • Polyvocal Hindustan Keynote: RICHARD EATON: “VERNACULARISM FROM ABOVE AND FROM BELOW”

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                    There has been some debate in recent years concerning the historical origins of written vernacular languages in India, and more particularly, the role such languages might have played in creating regional communities. One school argues that written vernaculars crystallized as a result of state patronage, with courts supporting either the production of discursive or other types of literature, or promoting the use of such languages for bureaucratic purposes. Another school argues that vernacular tongues emerged as a consequence of the rise of bhakti devotional cults, especially through the efforts of bhakti poets to use written forms of these languages as a means of reaching common people, or indeed, of such poets verbalizing religious sentiments that were already alive among devotional communities. Thus the question, in a nutshell, is whether written vernaculars are to be understood as phenomena that arose “from above”, or “from below.” My paper plans to examine three written vernacular traditions, Bengali, Telugu, and Marathi, with a view to evaluating the merits of both modes of explanation against empirical evidence respecting each of these language traditions. It also considers factors that might move the debate well beyond the either/or choice that is implied in the “above” and “below” dichotomy. Dr. Eaton’s research interests focus on the social and cultural history of pre-modern India (1000-1800), and especially on the range of historical interactions between Iran and India, and on Islam in South Asia. He has published monographs on the social roles of Sufis (Muslim mystics) in the Indian sultanate of Bijapur (1300-1700), on the growth of Islam in Bengal (1204-1760), and on the social history of the Deccan from 1300 to 1761. Most recently, he has co-authored a monograph entitled Power, Memory, Architecture: Contested Sites on India’s Deccan Plateau, 1300-16. These four historical monographs employ as analytical tools, respectively, Weberian social thought, Annales School methodology, biography, and architecture.

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                    • Boxed Wine - Culture and Symbolism 2 - ME314 - Stanford University

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                      Goal: This work should 1) lead us to a new intellectual insight into the Adams topics regarding product quality 2) present your team’s idea in a way that is powerful to the senses and the emotions. We are looking for unexpected insights into the relationship between people and products presented with stunning entertainment values.

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