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Hennessy takes Academic Council on a tour of the future

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Equipped with three dozen slides and a laser pointer, President John Hennessy played narrator, tour guide, campus historian and architectural expert during his annual state-of-the-university address, which began in the Gunn Building and ended in the Huang Engineering Center.

Three exceptional staff to receive 2010 Amy Blue Awards

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Maggie Burgett, senior project manager in the Department of Project Management, Galen Crivello, computer systems manager in the Medical School's Pathology Department, and Monica Wheeler, administrative services manager for the History Department, will be honored May 18.

Change of scene for Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida

A new twist on Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida is currently being performed on campus. A collaboration between the Drama Department, the Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts and New York's Public Theater, the production is set in modern-day Iraq.

Richter says America should expand nuclear energy

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Nuclear energy as a source of electricity is growing worldwide and should be a major component of America's future energy policy, despite concerns about cost and safety, says Burton Richter, director emeritus of the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and a Nobel laureate in physics.

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  • Humanities Center Fellows named: The Stanford Humanities Center has named 21 fellows for 2010-11. They include Stanford faculty and advanced graduate students, as well as scholars from other institutions. A full list is available on the Humanities Center website.
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