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Andrew Choi

Stanford water conservation measures expanded

As the California drought continues to affect millions across the state, Provost John Etchemendy Ph.D. ’82 issued a letter last month urging Stanford faculty, staff and students to do even more this summer to conserve water.

Film review: ‘Rogue Nation’ does the ‘Impossible’

Tom Cruise is back in the fifth installment of the “Mission Impossible” series, showing no signs of slowing (even at 53). “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” builds on the immense success of “Ghost Protocol,” combining brains, brawn and technology for the ultimate adrenaline-fueled thrill ride. Though “Rogue Nation” may be the latest in a long line…

Microscopic vigilante flick ‘Ant-Man’ marks huge win for Marvel

Though it sounds like a dumb movie — one that Marvel made because they’re running out of ideas — “Ant-Man” defies the odds and delivers a thrilling superhero film that may very well be Marvel’s best standalone flick since “Iron Man” back in 2008. Director Peyton Reed’s “Ant-Man” features a tremendous turn from lead actor…

Tarsem Singh’s ‘Self/less’ is a point/less film

“Self/less” explores a world in which a person’s memories and thoughts can be extracted and placed into a healthier body — a process that, in essence, grants the user immortality. Instead of realizing the creative potential behind the ethics and difficulties of such a procedure, however, director Tarsem Singh’s latest feature sticks to a confusing…
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