Stanford headlines for the week of October 29, 2008

Hoover Institution gets papers of late Chief Justice Rehnquist

Universities see promise in Google Book Search settlement

In final stretch before Election Day, economy eclipses other issues

Yellowstone amphibians killed by global warming, study finds

Provost discusses how economic downturn could affect university

PBS stations to air recent Stanford events

Faculty Senate to convene on Thursday

Ghostpile ponders Sacramento Valley

University subcommittee proposes new library; town hall meeting set for Nov. 6

Nate Gage service Nov. 2

Stanford building nation’s largest stem cell center

More bang for buck? Not necessarily with diabetes drugs

Stanford Hospital names chief operating officer

Election 2008: Can election winner reform health care? It all depends on what you call 'reform'

Election 2008: Read all about it, or tune in

Election 2008: Letter to president-elect: Science policy needed from day one

Election 2008: Prop. 3: Advocates for kids v. budget hawks

Election 2008: What they're saying

Pervasive network found to drive protein production and placement in cells

Medical center people

Thinking Twice: Poverty

Ph.D. Orals


Cardinal Chronicle

Psychologist Michael Tomasello to deliver Tanner Lectures

Core of sun spins more slowly than next layer, study finds

WTO director says more trade can help ease financial crisis

Hoover Institution announces National Fellows for 2008-09