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History Professor Camarillo named Lyman Award winner

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History Professor Al Camarillo has been named the 2010 recipient of the Richard W. Lyman Award. Camarillo is being recognized by the Stanford Alumni Association for decades of commitment to alumni education as well as his contributions to the university's diversity efforts.

Separation anxiety: Are we plugged in but tuned out?

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There are now roughly 2 billion Internet users worldwide. Five billion earthlings have cell phones. That scale of connectivity offers staggering power. Yet, studies on the effects of an always-on culture suggest there may be serious side effects to the seductive power of technology.

Panel discusses impact of war on those who want it least

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Today's world abounds in international courts, laws and tribunals, yet war is becoming more brutal, more transnational, with mounting civilian casualties. A recent panel discussion on "Civilians in War Zones" considered the effects of war on the people who want it least.

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  • Faculty/Staff Appreciation Night: Come out and see the men's basketball team take on Pac-10 opponent Oregon State on Saturday, Jan. 29, at 7 p.m. at Maples Pavilion. For this game only, faculty and staff receive a special $10 ticket price with a valid SUID. Limit four tickets per faculty/staff. Tickets will be available at the Maples ticket office on the day of the game.

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DONALD KNUTH receives the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award . . .

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