Stanford headlines for the week of July 7, 2004

Steven Chu named director of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

'Blazar' illuminates era when stars and galaxies formed

Stanford University to reassume management of Equestrian Center

William Spicer, emeritus professor of engineering, dies at 74

Report on growth emphasizes restraint

Global A-Chords

Aurelio Espinosa Jr. dead at 97

Outgoing Board of Trustees chair reflects on a decade of service

Stanford Jazz festival lineup an eclectic brew

Kids eat hefty number of calories while watching TV

Researchers head to AIDS conference

Researchers eye chip's potential as an artificial retina

Thorburn, Blauwet earn sports honors

Stanford team leaps at chance to study frogs invading Golden Gate pond

Health benefits of snuffing out all workplace smoking detailed in new study

Promotion and appointments announced

Hiring of new pediatric neurosurgeon signals growth plans for Packard hospital

Annual awards bestowed by Department of Medicine

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Medical center people

Breaking ground on exploring the universe

Stanford's School of Humanities and Sciences breaks $100 million mark in Hewlett Challenge

Faculty Senate minutes June 10 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Kurt Steiner

Ph.D. Orals

Memorial Resolution: Oliver E. Byrd

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