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Initial results suggest Thursday's earthquake drill a success

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Thousands participated in an exercise designed to teach the university community what to do in an earthquake and how to account for faculty, staff and students in a crisis. The exercise gave emergency managers needed information about how to communicate should such an event occur.

Senate hears presentations on admission, financial aid

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Richard Shaw, dean of undergraduate admission and financial aid, addressed the Faculty Senate for the first time in more than two years. "I quite frankly feel like we've made great progress in the efforts that we've undertaken – in fact, fairly significant progress," he said.

Family therapy beats individual treatment for anorexia

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Family therapy is twice as effective as individual psychotherapy at producing full remission of the disease, new research from the Medical School, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and the University of Chicago shows. James Lock, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford, is one of the study's two lead authors.

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  • Service for Nelee Langmuir Tuesday: A memorial service for Nelee Langmuir, a Stanford lecturer in French, who died in August, is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 3 p.m. in Memorial Church.
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