Stanford headlines for the week of March 9, 2005

Unique desert research center takes shape on the Israeli-Jordanian border

Applicants attempt to view admission status on GSB site

VANTAGE POINT: Analogies at War: Comparing Iraq and Vietnam

Barbara Finberg, former trustee and philanthropist, dead at 76

In jeopardy

Building heights drop under new plan for residences

Obenzinger confounds creativity, plagiarism during panel comments

Article neglected to mention center was renamed to honor L.W. 'Bill' Lane

Honors & Awards

The Fairchild Chronicles: DVD tells tale of Silicon Valley's seminal startup

Endowment gift to fund classes that explore ethical reasoning

In Print and On the Air

Steinman warned of drug's risk prior to FDA approval

Echinacea unproven to have value as cold treatment

Blauwet wins third L.A. marathon

U.N. splits on vote to ban all cloning

Is PSA test a lifesaver or of little use?

5 Questions: Eckburg on Avian Flu pandemic

Computers vital to reducing medical errors, doctor says

Reitz honored for 12 years as chair of Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

Media monitor

Medical center people

New program offered in South Africa

'A deep spirituality and subtlety' inhabit Sri Lankan art, exhibit curator says

Scientists use aerial imaging to find hidden invaders in Hawaiian rain forest

Hoover's new archival acquisitions shed light on Chinese history

Newsstand: Stanford Lawyer

Faculty Senate minutes - March 3, 2005 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Thomas W. Harrell

'Efficiency is ugly,' says Braungart, co-author of Cradle-to-Cradle Design book

Memorial Resolution: Susan Moller Okin

Memorial Resolution: H. Taylor Howard

Ph.D. orals

Housing

Cardinal Chronicle

Vantage Point: Following a girl to Vienna, then falling in love with the city

New bollards to be installed near White Plaza to curb accidents