Stanford headlines for the week of November 9, 2005

Computer scientists create a 'light field camera' that banishes fuzzy photos

Dalai Lama visits campus

Gordon A. Craig, renowned historian of Germany, dead at 91

Endangered California condors: Let them eat seals

Bird flu fears can be traced to 1918 pandemic

Preparing for flu season

Architectural design major builds excitement among 'fuzzies' and 'techies' alike

Dalai Lama brings message of nonviolence on campus visit

Fernando Alegría, renowned poet, novelist and critic, dead at 87

Faster, more efficient laser created for communications

Armin Rosencranz receives 2005 ASSU teaching award

Finnish journalists to explore innovation

Guinier blasts SATs as a tool against representative democracy

In Print and On the Air

Application review procedures for prospective freshman changing under new dean

Princeton astrophysicist to show 'baby pictures' of universe

Kaiser to give emeritus lecture

Hospitals, union extend deadline

No suffering in dialogue between Dalai Lama, neuroscientists

In turkey lies hope for treating autoimmune disorders

Bird flu or not, developing vaccines is critical to preventing pandemics

Gender differences are a laughing matter, study reveals

Media monitor

Top UCLA gynecological oncologist named to chair Stanford ob-gyn department

Medical center people


Ph.D. Orals

O'Neill Award winners named; reception planned for Nov. 16

Faculty Senate to hear reports on Haas Public Service Center and Environmental Initiative

Study of dual-career academic couples launched at 25 schools

Cardinal Chronicle

Officials issue campus-wide warning about illegal file-sharing