Stanford headlines for the week of February 23, 2005

Old Union to revert back to its original use as a student center

Trust in yourself, don't dwell on negatives, Lythcott-Haims says

Chinese art exhibit is highly political

Researchers link use of Internet, social isolation

Whale scientist Palumbi transforms controversy into conservation

'Quantum Diaries' reveal the secret lives of modern physicists

Chip Blacker reveals why he can't say no to Sophomore College

Pressure for good grades often leads to high stress, cheating, professors say

A modern take on The Scarlet Letter

Marine ecologist Lubchenco to discuss the 'new ocean ethic' in Feb. 28 lecture

Nominations sought for Gores, Dinkelspiel, Cuthbertson awards

In Print and On the Air

Public forum to explore ways of boosting Western states' influence in politics, culture

Pioneering heart operation tries to save tiny newborn

Young blood helps to heal aging muscles

Students hold tsunami fundraiser

Pathology chair to give talk

Global gathering of top scientists includes three medical school presentations

5 Questions: Albers on stroke treatment

Fuller, Hanley named to endowed professorships

Media monitor

Medical center people

At 30th annual Geothermal Workshop, experts say the industry is gaining steam

Graduate student survey shows satisfaction, concerns with academic experience

Charles Yanofsky to receive the National Medal of Science at White House ceremony March 14

Bay Area newspapers more sensationalistic, analysis shows

Faculty Senate minutes - February 17, 2005 meeting

Memorial Resolution: David Maurice


Internal Audit offers training for managers

TechPort classes explained

Ph.D. Orals

Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column