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Reese Zasio to receive 2009 Marsh O'Neill Award

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Reese Zasio, facilities operations manager of the Veterinary Service Center, will receive the 2009 Marsh O'Neill Award on Nov. 11. The award honors a staff member who has made outstanding contributions to Stanford's research mission.

Women's soccer: a perfect 20

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The women's soccer team finished the regular season with a perfect 20-0. But with the playoffs looming, the team has little time to reflect. "It's definitely an accomplishment," said senior forward Kelley O'Hara. "But we can't get complacent with just a 20-0 season. We want to go 26-0."

'Depression is like the worst disease you can get'

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During a recent workshop presented by the Help Center, biologist Robert Sapolsky talked about the biological and psychological causes of depression, how to recognize its symptoms and how to handle the disease.

Stanford, tear down this wall!

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Students, faculty and other members of the campus community commemorated the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall Monday on White Plaza. The scene, which included a mock protest and the dismantling of a replica, is captured in a slideshow.

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  • Stanford Breakfast Briefings: If you missed Robert Sapolsky's Help Center talk, or if you simply want more, it's not too late to sign up to hear him speak about stress tomorrow morning at 7:30 as part of the Stanford Executive Breakfast Briefings series. You also can sign up early for the talk called "Long Life in the 21st Century," featuring the Stanford Center on Longevity's Laura Carstensen, scheduled for Dec. 9.
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On film: KAREN KRAMER, director of Stanford-in-Berlin, is on the Farm this quarter teaching a course on East German film  . . . Also, check out the video featuring Stanford students who share their Berlin experiences . . .

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