Stanford in the News: iPhone Instruments, Gerhart’s Rising Heisman Bid, and More

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stanfordgewang.jpgA brief recap of Stanford’s latest appearances in the news, perhaps useful as yet another procrastination tool. Sorry–the correct term is ‘study break.’
Stanford’s Mobile Phone Orchestra, abbreviated in classic Stanfordspeak as “MoPho,” was featured on the front page of The New York Times for its use of the iPhone as the latest innovation in the world of music.
With Texas’ Colt McCoy struggling to beat Nebraska and Florida suffering a big loss to Alabama, Toby Gerhart’s run for the Heisman looks better than ever. An ESPN blogger weighs in on why Gerhart should win: he’s “simply […] the most outstanding player in college football.
Gerhart, of course, made his last Heisman statement in style, which many commentators attributed to being the nail in the coffin for the firing of Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis. Perhaps, then, Gerhart’s strong running will also be responsible for the firing of Notre Dame’s new multimillionar dollar coach–though he seems to have powers that Weis lacked.

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One Response to “Stanford in the News: iPhone Instruments, Gerhart’s Rising Heisman Bid, and More”

  1. daniel says:

    I know this is a bit off topic but I Watch the african cup of nations 2010 online , and what an awesome game between Mali and hosts Angola. Great comeback by Mali after being 4-0 down!


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