Stanford headlines for the week of October 27, 2004

Statesmen, professors urge international cooperation

U.N. nuclear watchdog ElBaradei to speak on nonproliferation

New flu vaccine shipment arrives; available to some

U.S. safer, but not immune, from terrorist attacks, 9/11 expert says

Global diplomacy gets a push from Homecoming panelists

Faculty express concerns over Munger housing project

Honors & Awards

Donations to Stanford climb 8 percent last year; CUE nears billion dollar mark

Single-choice early admission program endorsed by national body

Kramer installed as Law School dean

Kwame Appiah to discuss 'The Ethics of Identity'

Media's violent messages are part of 'boy code,' experts say

'Psychology of evil' lecture set for Oct. 28

'Difficult Dialogues' conference focuses on the American family

In Print and On the Air

In discussion, top justices voice concerns about threats to judicial independence

Foundation gives $4 million for communications fellowships

Lynn Eden's book offers hot lessons from Cold War

Biomechanical engineer makes strides toward delaying, preventing knee injury

Tour the labs

Back pain analyzed

Heard in passing

Is it a trick or a feat?

Stress and dieting don't mix, study shows

5 questions: Baker on health policy in the presidential campaign

Pharmaceutical companies spent millions marketing questionable hormone therapies

Media monitor

Medical center people

Volunteers needed

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital launches two-year remodeling project

Ph.D. Orals

Portion of Santa Cruz Avenue to close for Sand Hill Road work


Faculty Senate to hear report from graduate studies committee

Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column

Town hall labor meeting ends in protest

Hennessy seeks community input on committee report, recommendations

Crush the competition