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Students Still Can’t Pronounce “Lathrop”

October 19, 2015 12:01 pmComments Off on Students Still Can’t Pronounce “Lathrop”
Students Still Can’t Pronounce “Lathrop”

In the year since Lathrop was designated Stanford’s 24-hour study space, students have come no closer to pronouncing “Lathrop” with any sort of accuracy or consistency. From “Lathrop” and “Lathrop” to even “Lathrop,” students have found more ways to mispronounce “Lathrop” than the number of people the space can actually […]

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Human Remains Discovered In South Stacks

April 20, 2009 11:56 pm0 comments
Human Remains Discovered In South Stacks

Michelle Stanton thought it would be a normal trip to the library. She had a slip full of call numbers and was making her way through the dark, labyrinthine shelves of books that make up the “South Stacks.” That’s when she saw what investigators now believe are the remains of […]

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Stanford Library Cavity Search Yields Valuable Microfilm

February 2, 2009 5:51 pm0 comments
Stanford Library Cavity Search Yields Valuable Microfilm

Stanford, CA – At most libraries Michael Blum (’10) would have walked away with a microfilm reel of Better Homes and Gardens from 1955. But not at Stanford. The library’s draconian checkout search policy finally paid off Friday when, after a comprehensive cavity search, a library employee found the microfilm […]

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