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Justine Moore

Men’s tennis takes Huskies but falls to Bruins

The No. 41 Stanford men’s tennis team made it to the semifinals of the Pac-12 Championships last week, picking up a 4-2 victory over No. 33 Washington on Thursday before falling 4-0 to No. 1 UCLA the next day. The Cardinal was the fourth seed in the championships, and had a bye in the first…

Doctoral student pioneers EmailValet service

EmailValet, an application produced through collaboration between doctoral student Nicolas Kokkalis and members of Stanford’s Human-Computer Interaction group, allows users to connect with a remote email assistant while restricting the assistant’s access to the user’s personal information.

No. 42 men’s tennis drops regular season finale to Cal

The No. 42 Stanford men’s tennis team suffered a 4-3 loss at home to No. 18 Cal this Saturday in the final match of the regular season. The match marked an improvement for the Cardinal (11-10, 3-4 Pac-12) from its performance against the Golden Bears (13-8, 5-1 Pac-12) on the road earlier this season, where…

Men’s tennis sweeps through Pac-12 home weekend

No. 41 Stanford men’s tennis picked up two decisive victories at home this weekend against Arizona and No. 73 Utah, key confidence boosters heading into the final week of regular season play. “Those were two tough teams, and we went out there, and we worked on the things that we wanted to do, and we…

Q+A: Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara

Kevin Tsujihara MBA '92, the recently selected Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Warner Bros. Entertainment and the first Asian-American CEO of a major Hollywood studio sat down with The Daily to discuss his business trajectory and plans for the entertainment giant.

Longstanding structural issues plague Senate’s effectiveness

According to current and former senators, the current Senate's lack of progress is merely symptomatic of broader issues -- including almost-complete annual turnover, a lack of upperclassmen representation and structural limitations -- that have annually hamstrung the Senate’s initiatives and blocked senators’ efforts to significantly improve student life.

Researchers use search engines to track drug side effects

A research team headed by two School of Medicine professors has developed a new method for tracking adverse drug interactions using queries from Internet search engines like Google and Bing. The team’s discovery offers an alternative to the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS).
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