Stanford headlines for the week of May 17, 2006

Journalists under fire

Energizer stations to provide treats to participants on Bike to Work Day this Thursday

Annual Multicultural Springfest to celebrate staff diversity May 25 in Frost Amphitheater

Researcher studies old anthrax release for hypotheticals

Stanford police investigate second armed robbery


Experts fear impacts of quake on Delta

Honors & Awards

Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel to give lecture

Law Café cashier, 32, dies after being hit by SUV on campus

Drama Department presents Aleta Hayes in Deianeira

Senate to review scientific misconduct policy, reports on faculty developments

Ancient Etruscans are unlikely the ancestors of modern Tuscans, study finds

Student Affairs honors manager in Registrar’s Office with award

In Print and On the Air

Does energy balancing therapy help breast cancer patients?

Nobel winner's talk focuses on memory

Faculty senate meets this evening

CV institute holds 2nd annual retreat

Interdisciplinary conference discusses effect of man-made environment on health

Scientist wins $4 million to research uncharted territory: How immune system influences spread of breast cancer

Media monitor

People with type-2 diabetes offered new class on disease management

Medical center people

Research that rocks

Humanitarian award, diversity fellowship founded to honor trailblazing surgeon

Water Quality Data and Water Quality Report for 2005

Ph.D. Orals


Cardinal Chronicle

Award-winning art history teacher Wanda Corn plays at pedagogy