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In Depth with Graham Bensinger
February 25, 2016

Stephen Curry on the Africa Trip That Changed Him

Stephen Curry discusses his work with Nothing But Nets, donating bed nets to help eradicate malaria.

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C-SPAN
February 04, 2016

President Obama Honors Stephen Curry's Work With UN Foundation

In welcoming the Golden State Warriors to the White House, President Obama recalls first meeting Stephen Curry to discuss his work with the United Nations Foundation's Nothing But Nets Campaign.

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Yahoo! Sports
February 04, 2016

Steph Curry’s ‘Surreal’ Relationship with President Obama

Before the doors of the White House opened and he walked inside to meet President Barack Obama for the first time last year, Stephen Curry was overcome by nerves and a little fear. There was concern during much of the morning that Obama wouldn’t really be able to find the five minutes in his schedule to talk to him, and Curry didn’t want to leave a bad impression with the leader of the free world.

 

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Alaska Airlines
December 02, 2015

Giving Spirit: Melinda Gates

As we celebrate this season of giving, all of us at Alaska Airlines are honored to feature Melinda Gates In the December issue of our inflight magazine and here on the Alaska Airlines blog. Melinda and Bill Gates have been incredibly successful in their lives – success that is perhaps only matched by their incredible generosity.

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San Francisco Examiner
November 02, 2015

Player of Week? Try Sportsman of Year

Admire, if you dare, the inflated post-deflation numbers of Tom Brady. Salute, as you should, the Grand Slam flirtations of Jordan Spieth and Serena Williams. Even think out of the box, or the barn, and consider American Pharoah as the sporting figure for whom we’ll remember 2015. Or congratulate the small-market Kansas City Royals for finally making the mad dash home that didn’t happen against the Giants last autumn, when the runner stayed on third base.

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Golf Digest
October 29, 2015

Cover Story: NBA Finals MVP Stephen Curry

This year our annual celebration of Golfers Who Give Back is devoted to athletes, and though Curry isn't No. 1 on Golf Digest's ranking of Athlete Golfers, he might have been if we combined his golf ability with his commitment to giving back.

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CBS The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
September 23, 2015

Stephen Curry and Stephen Colbert Talk Nothing But Nets

2015 NBA MVP and Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry recently visited the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and while he was there he told Stephen about his work with Nothing But Nets. As a Nothing But Nets Champion, Stephen donates three life-saving, insecticide-treated bednets to the campaign for every three-pointer he makes during the NBA season. For three consecutive seasons, Stephen’s “Three for Three Challenge” has inspired fans, his team, and other organizations to get involved in the fight against malaria.

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Fortune.com
June 17, 2015

How NBA Star Steph Curry Inspired this 13-Year-Old Philanthropist

When Stanford University Professor Jennifer Aaker and her venture capitalist husband, Andy Smith, wrote The Dragonfly Effect, which is about ways to use social media to drive social change, they hoped it would inspire their three young children to lead purposeful lives. Little did they imagine that their son Cooper would find his purpose with the help of a world-famous NBA champion.

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San Francisco Chronicle
May 11, 2015

15 Things You Didn't Know About Steph Curry

LeBron James's reign as America's most popular basketball player is at last under serious threat — from the Bay Area's unostentatious star, Stephen Curry.

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PBS NewsHour
April 24, 2015

How Maps Packed with Data Help Scientists Fight Malaria

High-tech maps may help researchers understand and predict disease outbreaks like malaria, an illness that kills between 600,000 and 1 million people each year. Scientists have begun using temperatures, rainfall patterns and other data to better target areas most at risk. Special correspondent Spencer Michaels reports on other potential applications of these tools.

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