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Mexican leader speaks at commencement
Institute created to reduce world poverty

year 2011 Top ^

  University is creating the Institute for Innovation in Developing Economie, focused on reducing global poverty with one of the largest donations
  Thousands of people turned out to hear Mexican President Felipe Calderon speak at Stanford University's 120th commencement

  47-year-old political science professor Michael McFau, a leading expert on U.S. - Russia relations, to be confirmed by the Senate

year 2010 Top ^

Apr.15 German Chancellor Talks Security
  Angela Merkel remains committed to the war in Afghanistan but recognizes many people in her country doubt whether the military mission is necessary

year 2007 Top ^

Jul.29 Chakvetadze takes Stanford classic title
  Top seed 20-year-old Russian defeated India's Sania Mirza 6-3 6-2 to win her first Stanford classic title

year 2003 Top ^

Jun.15 President of Peru Gives Speech
  An alumnus Alejandro Toledo urged the graduates to use their education to help eradicate poverty Mar.5 Students Protest Against Looming War
  SJSU: About 150 to 200 students walked out of their classrooms. Protests were also held at Stanford, U.C. Berkeley

year 2001 Top ^

Oct.18   Bhutto said democracy is key
  Former Pakistani Prime Minister said in a news conference that the ultimate key to stability is democracy

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