Stanford headlines for the week of October 25, 2006

UN film festival begins today, focuses on global human rights

Author of No god but God: The Origins, Evolution and Future of Islam to speak on campus

U.S. has bungled its moral leadership, Amanpour says

Global Climate and Energy Project announces $1.15 million in research awards

Forum examines technologies aimed at reducing greenhouse gases

SESAME to open: Particle accelerator spurs Middle East science partnership

Two-day science festival returns Nov. 4

Edward Colby, university’s first music librarian, dead at 94

Mexican immigration panel discussion set for Oct. 30

Committee on Research, director of athletics reports to be presented at senate

IRS ruling allows charitable trusts to be invested in university endowment

Santa Clara County court rules against Committee for Green Foothills lawsuit

In Print and On the Air

War journalist, Jarhead author to discuss effects of combat

Military Commissions Act a ‘poisoned chalice,’ scholar warns during symposium

Open Enrollment begins tomorrow, ends Nov. 15

For weary physicians and nurses, short naps can make big difference

Study expands understanding of the origins of cancer stem cells

Packard Children's wins kudos for patient safety

Nov. 5 fun run against pulmonary hypertension

5 questions: Deavere Smith on her new play about the frailty, resilience of the human body

Women bioscientists still face challenges to upward mobility, top NIH official says in campus talk

A running laboratory: Marathon to test more than speed

Media monitor

Krasnow takes over as chair of biochemistry department

Housing

Ph.D. Orals

Tracing counterculture, cyberculture roots

Cardinal Chronicle