Stanford headlines for the week of September 29, 2004

Alumni couple donates $3 million to establish new education, community center

Two Stanford faculty win MacArthur Fellowships

New freshmen guide explains campus alcohol policy in detail

Biologists develop device to cool off athletes, soldiers

Koller honored with MacArthur Fellowship for work using computational methods

Theriot wins MacArthur Fellowship to pursue her passion for biology

Faculty Senate meeting canceled

Researchers establish national center for biological simulations

Honors and Awards

Undergraduate Research Programs seeks proposals for symposium

Meeting to discuss report on status of women faculty

Casper portrait questioned

Registration open for solar workshop

Alumni authors discuss works during New Student Orientation

Defining the news in an era of antagonistic political discourse

In Print and On the Air

New community service awards created to recognize staff volunteers

Lively Arts' 35th anniversary season features eclectic lineup of performing artists

Harper's Magazine editor: Dissent and criticism essential to good democracy

Pioneering study will compare two anorexia therapies

Event to discuss medical computing

Medical student wins three medals

Newly discovered T cell helps mice to breathe easier

Researchers offer glimpses of the future

Young adults' health habits are worse than ten years ago, researchers say

Medical center people

Associate dean aims for simulations to provide 'pathology on demand'

'Bigger Mac' nurtures recovering children who need a home away from home

Media monitor

Volunteers needed


Business school session gives lessons on workplace feedback

Ex-Planned Parenthood official to speak

Children's Center to hold auction fundraiser Oct. 2

Faculty greet new bioengineering students

Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column