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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

Please join us for a tour of the Stanford Stories from the Archives exhibit currently on display in Green Library. Daniel Hartwig, University Archivist, will lead the tours and explain how and why the objects were chosen to help celebrate the 125th Anniversary of Stanford University.

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!

In this presentation, Merilin Piipuu will examine Estonian public media discussions surrounding the Museum of Occupations’ plan to refocus its permanent exhibit and rename the institution as the Museum of Freedom. She also will analyze the reception of the museum’s initiative to show a temporary exhibit about gay history in the Soviet Union. Piipuu will situate these initiatives in the historical context of Estonia and other former Soviet Union countries as well as in the memories of different generations and marginalized groups in Estonia, asking how these latter fit into a narrative of suffering.

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