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Q&A: Alumna encourages vaccination with new children’s book ‘Lily the Llama Helps Her Herd’

Stanford Daily 16 Apr 2021
’22 is a Stanford student studying biology ... The Stanford Daily spoke with Rashes via email to learn about her book and how it came to be. The Stanford Daily [TSD] ... Though I did “self-publish,” the project would not have been possible without the support of my many mentors throughout the Stanford community including Dr.
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How to celebrate Earth Day on the Midpeninsula: Films, art projects and more

Mountain View Voice 16 Apr 2021
Stanford University's Natural Capital Project will lead an online Earth Day conversation with government leaders, practitioners and academics discussing recent advancements in climate adaptation and sustainable development efforts in Latin America and the Caribbean ... More information is available at events.stanford.edu.
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Booher: Four late-round QBs Lions could target in NFL Draft

Royal Oak Daily Tribune 16 Apr 2021
Projected draft range ... Pair those struggles with the rise of Alabama’s Mac Jones and BYU’s Zach Wilson, and Trask fell out of first-round projections. He should be available on Day 2, if the Lions want an experienced signal-caller who will be less of a project than some of the other late-round options.KELLEN MOND, Texas A&M. Projected draft range.
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Sun choose 3 guards in draft

The Bulletin 16 Apr 2021
Last year, Maryland guard Kaila Charles started to slide down the WNBA draft board ... This time, several players were starting to slide who were projected to go much earlier including Stanford point guard Kiana Williams, former Stanford and now Baylor University shooting guard DiJonai Carrington and Oklahoma State power forward Natasha Mack ... 20.
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How the rise of the automobile and modern policing became a perilous combination for Black Americans

Alternet 16 Apr 2021
Quander goes on to explain how vehicle searches for "probable cause" affected African-Americans, pointing out that according to the Stanford Open Policing Project, Blacks motorists are 20% more likely to be stopped by police compared to White motorists.
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As a Black person, I've been targeted by 'pretext' traffic stops. Daunte Wright's death proves why we need to ban them.

Yahoo Daily News 16 Apr 2021
Indeed, Jalopnik's Raphael Orlove noted a finding in Stanford's "Open Policing Project" ... An analysis by the Stanford Computational Policy Lab found that traffic stops in Nashville "had no discernible effect on serious crime rates, and only infrequently resulted in the recovery of contraband of a custodial arrest." ... .
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AAAS newcomer Katie Dieter brings optimism amid fight for departmentalization

Stanford Daily 15 Apr 2021
HANNAH JEOUNG/The Stanford Daily) ... Dieter said that she loves the multifaceted nature of her position because it “allows her to engage with a variety of people at Stanford.” ... Three of Dieter’s artworks were recently featured in “The 2020 Project,” a special issue publication assembled by the AAAS program at Stanford.
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For the Patriots, there's always room for another LB

The Milford Daily News 15 Apr 2021
Zaven Collins, Tulsa ... Garrett Wallow, TCU ... He’s a projected fifth- or sixth-rounder pick ... He’s a projected sixth- or seventh-round pick. Curtis Robinson, Stanford ... He earned Stanford’s Al Masters Award for leadership, athletic performance and academic achievement. He’s a projected seventh-rounder or priority undrafted free agent. .
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10th Circuit expands judges' discretion to reduce inmates' sentences

Colorado Politics 15 Apr 2021
"I think it will have the effect that the legislature intended, which is an increase in power to grant compassionate release to individual for a variety of reasons, so long as they can be articulated as extraordinary and compelling," said Susan Champion, deputy executive director of the Three Strikes Project at Stanford Law School.
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NCAA hits USC with 2 years’ probation in men’s basketball

Denver Post 15 Apr 2021
The Division I Committee on Infractions on Thursday announced the penalties, which include a 1% loss of the school’s basketball budget ... Related Articles ... The risk of Wayne Tinkle’s extension; Arizona’s search; states of play at Cal and Stanford Ex-Grandview star Michaela Onyenwere projects to be first Coloradan selected in first round of WNBA Draft ... .
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As a Black person, I've been targeted by 'pretext' traffic stops. Daunte Wright's death proves ...

Business Insider 15 Apr 2021
This is an opinion column ... Indeed, Jalopnik's Raphael Orlove noted a finding in Stanford's "Open Policing Project" ... An analysis by the Stanford Computational Policy Lab found that traffic stops in Nashville "had no discernible effect on serious crime rates, and only infrequently resulted in the recovery of contraband of a custodial arrest." ... ....
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The Dead Sea is dying. Drinking water is scarce. Jordan faces a climate crisis

The Los Angeles Times 15 Apr 2021
Activists say it’s another corrupt government project ... A virtually landlocked desert kingdom with few resources, the country’s yearly decrease in rainfall could lead to a 30% reduction by 2100, according to Stanford University’s Jordan Water Project ... “Governments like big projects, but the solution involves smaller pieces.
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Is it time to take the police out of traffic stops?

Yahoo Daily News 15 Apr 2021
“The 360” shows you diverse perspectives on the day’s top stories and debates. What’s happening. Traffic stops are the most common way Americans interact with the police ... Police conduct roughly 20 million traffic stops a year, according to data from the Stanford Open Policing Project ... Why there’s debate ... Pretextual stops should be banned ... They aren’t ... .
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[DE GR] AAAS newcomer Katie Dieter brings optimism amid the fight for departmentalization

Stanford Daily 14 Apr 2021
HANNAH JEOUNG/The Stanford Daily) ... Dieter said that she loves the multifaceted nature of her position because it “allows her to engage with a variety of people at Stanford.” ... Three of Dieter’s artworks were recently featured in “The 2020 Project,” a special issue publication assembled by the AAAS program at Stanford.
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Richards, Carrington ready for WNBA Draft stage

Waco Tribune-Herald 14 Apr 2021
Chad Conine ... On Thursday night they’ll find out if their fates align in the same way ... Carrington, who came to Baylor as a graduate transfer from Stanford, was projected as the 11th pick of the first round by ESPN’s WNBA mock draft version 5.0 on Wednesday ... Richards was projected to be a late second-round pick in Wednesday’s ESPN mock draft ... ....
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