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Some Stanford University students are up in arms about a proposal to start some high-demand classes at 8:30 a.m., the San Jose Mercury News reported. More than 1,700 students have signed an online petition that calls the proposal -- which Stanford administrators hope will allow the university to use its facilities more efficiently -- "deplorable" and complains that students were not sufficiently consulted.
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