Nov. 11 stories
Headlines of the articles that appear in the Nov. 11, 1998, print edition of Stanford Report, organized by page number:
- Concerts, classes feature local dancers
- German Studies' Robinson to discuss 'What Matters'
- U. Wisconsin professor to lecture on 'Jasper Johns reads Samuel Beckett'
- Dolores Huerta to address plight of the strawberry workers
- Jack R. Benjamin, longtime member of civil and environmental engineering, dies
- Letter: How many Buddhists?
- Letter: presidential search committee more than trustees
- Letter: faculty role in choosing the president
- Former NEH director inaugurates humanities symposia
- Talk: Future of Indonesia
- German-based Sequentia to perform Hildegard von Bingen work
- Computer experts to ponder ‘Engelbart’s
Unfinished Revolution’ in symposium
- Music of the 'Bavarian Court Chapel' to be performed by Early Music Singers
- Women's Club sponsors antique appraisal
- Talk about depression's impact on spouses and children kicks off Jing Lyman Lecture series
- SFMoMA director to discuss 'Art Museums in the 21st Century'