Stanford headlines for the week of April 6, 2005

Admission offered to 2,412 for '09 class

"Looking Backward, Thinking Forward": President John Hennessy's 2005 speech to the Academic Council

Class aims to bring fresh water to tsunami victims

SLAC installation technician, racquetball enthusiast Clyde L. Barker dies at 55

Age-bias ruling puts law clinic on the map

In annual address, Hennessy reflects on the past five years

Elizabeth Cohen, founder of 'Complex Instruction,' dead at 73

Undergraduate housing system changes outlined by Bravman

Hello, Dalai: Tibetan spiritual leader to visit campus in fall

International conference to focus on 'gendered innovations'

Libraries acquire the archive of pioneering new-media artist

Bay Area residents invited to attend Community Day on Sunday

In Print and On the Air

Book festival to feature campus authors

New computer security certificate program launched for software professionals

Oxford University chancellor to speak on campus about future of relations between U.S. and European countries

Shedding new light on coronary bypass surgery

Bacteria study: It's a gut check

Students' project becomes legislation

Volunteers needed for anxiety study

Vantage Point: Complete bans of conflicts of interest could stifle innovation at universities

5 Questions: Longaker on stem cell research

New study of sleep disorder

Clarence Karzmark, radiation oncology pioneer, dies at 84

Media monitor

Medical center people

Memorial Resolution: John Robinson Pierce

Faculty Senate minutes - March 31, 2005 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Rolf Arne Faste

Memorial Resolution: Alfred H. Grommon


Cardinal Chronicle

WorkLife Office to begin accepting child care grant applications

An Art Affair showcases campus talent

Information on aviation insurance sought