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Thursday, May 14, 2020

social sciences

Just how bad is it?

A study of consumer spending behavior during the Great Recession offers a cautionary insight for our COVID-19 times: Be aware of the power of words.

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science & technology

Double-whammy weather

Like an undulating seesaw, weather in some regions swings from drought to heavy rain under the weight of climate-induced changes, a new study finds.


Law & policy

Understanding the Flynn case

Law Professor David Sklansky discusses the charges against Michael Flynn, former national security advisor, and the Justice Department's case.

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The Dish

The 2020 KNIGHT-HENNESSY SCHOLARS are a profile in diversity.

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  • Annual Water Quality Report: The university's 2019 Annual Water Quality Report is now available online. The report provides information about Stanford's drinking water supply, water quality and the associated U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California State Water Resources Control Board regulatory standards. Stanford's drinking water is reliable and continues to meet water quality standards. Stanford's water supplier, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, uses disinfection processes that keep the water safe from viruses. Additionally, the Water Resources staff on campus continue to operate, monitor and maintain the university's water distribution system. Learn more.

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