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The Triton Museum presents works inspired by John Lennon’s “Imagine”

John Lennon’s 1971 song, “Imagine,” asks us to imagine a world without racial, social, religious and economic divisions. “Rolling Stone” magazine summarized it as “22 lines of graceful, plain-spoken faith in the power of a world, united in purpose, to repair and change itself.” Lennon, in an interview, said, “If you can imagine a world at peace, with no denominations of religion— not without religion but without this my-God-is-bigger-than-your-God thing— then it can become true.”

Softball bulldozes Santa Clara in five innings

In its penultimate non-conference game of the regular season, the Stanford softball team (27-18, 3-12 Pac-12) bulldozed Santa Clara (7-27, 2-4 WCC) 8-0 in a five-inning run-rule decision. The Cardinal were never tested by the Broncos in the brisk 79-minute contest, as they scored three runs in the bottom of the second inning before scoring five more runs in the bottom of the fifth to end the game early.