Stanford headlines for the week of April 18, 2007

Death of student under investigation

Was Einstein right? A peek at results of Gravity Probe B

President Hennessy meets with students about Stanford's living wage policy

Beyond theory, space mission pushes frontiers of human possibility, engineering

Message regarding Virginia Tech tragedy

President Hennessy meets for second day with Stanford Labor Action Coalition

Campus support resources

Public service to be held in Memorial Church in wake of tragedy at Virginia Tech; President Hennessy issues statement on behalf of Stanford community

Ethanol vehicles pose significant risk to health, new study finds

Community Day brings out big crowds under blue skies

Sheila Spaeth, a longtime resident of campus, dead at 101

U.S. nuclear policy goes from MAD to NUTS, Panofsky says

David Kennedy

Londa Schiebinger

Experts explore race, inequality, incarceration in America

Stanford community responds to the Virginia Tech tragedy

Faculty development, diversity reports to be heard at senate

Billie Jean King, Title IX events scheduled for Saturday, April 28

Carpenter Michael Hughes receives presidential award honoring thousands of hours devoted to volunteer community service

Scientists recall experiences with Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Humanities Center names 28 local, national, international fellows for 2007-08

Darling-Hammond to give Haas lecture on community outreach in East Palo Alto

Wellness Fair to be held at recreation center to offer more activities, health demonstrations

Adult stem cells may have ability to guard against cancer

School bullying afflicts majority of young students

Faculty senate meets

Packard Children's wins RACE for Results award

Medical linear accelerator celebrates 50 years of treating cancer

Media monitor

Medical center people


Ph.D. Orals

Designating emergency contact now possible through StanfordYou

Midwestern tradition comes to Stanford

Cardinal Chronicle