Stanford headlines for the week of October 19, 2005

Yahoo! and Stanford partner to offer online music to students

Tiews selected as associate director of Humanities Center

Bucksbaum appointed to direct Ultrafast Science Center

Social status triggers genetic response in male cichlid fish

Alumni reunion expected to draw more than 7,000

With new digs, clinical education at Law School aims high

Memorial for Alan Manne to be held Oct. 30 in Encina Hall

Honors & Awards

U.N. Association Film Festival opens today

President reflects on past five years, looks to future in report available online

$1 billion campaign nearing completion

Website to make contributing easier

Collins to speak about space travels

Panel discussion to honor St. Clair Drake

In Print and On the Air

Green Library exhibit celebrates photographer, graphic designer

Cool innovations: New fuel-cell technology could help power future vehicles

Open Enrollment information sessions, flu shots offered by Benefits Department

VANTAGE POINT: Why health care costs are going up again

Standing-room-only lecture examines race and poverty in the wake of hurricane

KQED documentary on youth program

Oct. 26 symposium on neuroscience

Trustees approve site, concept for education center

MRI could help to bolster detection of some cases of early stage breast cancer

5 Questions: Neal Baer on the healing power of TV

Students' plan for unused prescription drugs wins approval from the governor

Media monitor

Medical center people

Faculty Senate to meet this evening at 5 p.m.

Vantage point: New stem cell methods just 'scientific flimflammery'

Faculty Senate minutes - October 13, 2005 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Byron "Bill" Brown

Memorial Resolution: Mike Jacobstein


Employees asked to not solicit, accept some holiday gifts from vendors

Cardinal Chronicle

Stanford heeds Call to Serve campaign

Appreciation luncheon to be held for all faculty and staff

University highlights staff volunteerism with new awards series