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Alice Phillips
Alice Phillips '15 is Managing Editor of News at The Stanford Daily. Previously, she worked as the paper's Deputy Editor, Chief Copy Editor, a News Desk Editor and a News Staff Writer. Alice is a biology major from Los Angeles, California.

In support of regret

I think we should all leave here with regrets. I think that regrets make us better—the gained knowledge buoying us above future obstacles rather than weighing us down. The people (nobody in particular, by the way) who told me that college would be the best four years of my life also, of course, said to live my college life with no regrets.

Many low birth weight babies miss out on follow-up program, study finds

Researchers at the School of Medicine have found that many at-risk babies born in California do not receive the follow-up care that is expected for their high-risk status. In a study published in the February issue of The Journal of Pediatrics, lead author Susan Hintz, professor of neonatal and developmental medicine, and her collaborators determined…

Senior awarded Churchill scholarship

Chemical engineering major Sophie E. Miller ’15 was recently awarded a Churchill Scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge for one year. Miller, a Greenwich, Connecticut native, will pursue a master’s degree in chemical engineering and biotechnology at Cambridge, according to the Stanford Report. She previously received the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship in 2014,…

App uses extra computing power for protein research

Stanford researchers, in collaboration with Sony, have launched an app that can use your phone to conduct research while a user isn’t operating her phone. The mobile phone application is called Folding@home, and was released Monday, Jan. 12, in the Google Play store. Chemistry professor Vijay Pande has been collaborating with Sony for several years,…

Anderson Collection opens to public on Sept. 21

The Anderson Collection opens to the public at its new Stanford University home this Sunday, Sept. 21, in a freestanding pavilion next to the Cantor Arts Center in the University’s growing arts district. Members of the Cantor Arts Center and the Anderson Collection can also attend a special preview of the museum on Sept. 20.

New CDC director appointed

Farouk Dey will assume the post of associate vice provost and executive director of Career Development Services in April 2013. He will replace outgoing director Lance Choy, who has held the position since 1999.
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