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Thursday, October 27, 2016

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Contemplation by Design (CBD) is a campus-wide, multidisciplinary event designed to encourage all members of the Stanford community to enjoy the power of the pause.

From November 3 – 11, 2016, free events will be offered all around campus that further balance, tranquility and creative excellence. Faculty, staff and students will have the opportunity to take a short break from their high-level output of productivity and innovation in order to rest and renew the mind-body-spirit.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Raina Michel

The SUL Facilities team has bid a fond farewell to Raina Michel. Raina's last day with SUL was Friday, October 21st. We’re very pleased that Raina is moving to Zone Management, where she will be serving as administrator for Zone C. Zone C includes both Green Library and the Music Library, so we expect to continue working with Raina on a variety of projects. Please join us in wishing her well in her new role.

Karaoke at Oshman Hall

You are cordially invited to the first ever karaoke extravaganza for all SUL staff and the Department of Art and Art History!

Join us for the magical communal bonding experience that happens when humans sing, play and perform with one another! Experience the huge screen and amazing sound at the new McMurtry Art Building's Oshman Hall!

Josh Capitanio

Joshua Capitanio joined the East Asia Library as Public Services Librarian. In addition to coordinating public service activities, he is responsible for collecting Western languages publications on East Asian. Josh earned his M.A. degree in Chinese from the University of California, Los Angeles, and Ph.D. in East Asian Languages and Civilizations from the University of Pennsylvania.

Prior to joining SUL, he was an associate professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of the West. He also taught courses at California State University, Long Beach, and San Francisco State University. With knowledge in several languages including modern and classical Chinese, Tibetan, French, Japanese, and Sanskrit, Josh has been actively publishing in the history of Chinese religions. Josh's office is Room 253, East Asia Library. Please join me in welcoming Josh to Stanford.

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