Stanford headlines for the week of December 1, 2004

Network news presidents discuss elections, Iraqi war, Internet

Staff reminder on external audit queries

Senior Sarah Schulman, a youth-health advocate, wins Rhodes Scholarship

Retiree medical plan subject of meeting

Awakuni to leave Stanford for Hawaii

Former Pulse manager admits to fraud

Multidisciplinary center tackles issues of sustainable construction around globe

Howard Dean exhorts students to get involved in politics

Community concerns prompt reduction of density of Munger project

Five current and former students awarded Marshall Scholarships

Analytical design expert to deliver lecture

Severe asthma attack claims life of freshman Shanta Annan, 18

In Print and On the Air

Honors & Awards

Earle named to new public affairs post

Deans for religious life question meaning of 'moral values'

New copyright warning for network users

Demonstrators protest Munger project

Orders for 2005 Stanford Facts now being accepted

Faculty Senate to discuss conflict-of-interest policy

U.S, Europe have chance to expand 'community of democracies,' historian says

New post to focus on faculty diversity and leadership

Hospital prepares for holiday sparkle

5 questions: Kennedy on the FDA

Infants with rashes needed for study

Scientists create high-tech images of ancient teeth to compare Neanderthals with humans

Genetic sequencing of prehistoric fish could reveal how animals evolved to live on land

Medical center people

Media monitor

Analysis of kidney cells gives insight into aging process

Study seeks caregivers to test whether phone counseling helps their health

Housing

Ph.D. Orals

Cardinal Chronicle

Panel doles out tips for cultivating a long career on the Farm

New portal soon to offer online pay statements for employees

Some departments available during break