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Amy Blue 2011: Dean Eyre, Manuel Bautista, Peche Turner

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On May 17, Peche Turner, department manager in Computer Science; Dean A. Eyre III, program assistant in Undergraduate Advising and Research, and Manuel Bautista, a plumber in Student Housing, will receive awards in honor of Amy J. Blue, left, an extraordinary staff member who died in 1988.

PG&E proposes replacement of pipelines through campus

Two major gas transmission pipelines that run along Junipero Serra Boulevard adjacent to the Stanford campus are scheduled to be among the first segments updated under a plan by PG&E to test or replace pipelines statewide that are aging or of older fabrication.

Silicon Valley needs humanities PhDs, high tech leaders say

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Fast growing start-up companies need people with a wide range of skills, especially those who can help companies extend their global reach, connect with consumers and understand different cultures. At Wednesday's BiblioTech conference, entrepreneurs said there is a place for humanists in high tech.

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  • Police sketch released for Munger robbery suspect: Stanford Police have released a sketch of the suspect involved in the robbery at the Munger student residence, which took place on Sunday, April 24, at around 3:50 a.m. Anyone with information regarding this crime is encouraged to contact the Department of Public Safety at 329-2413. Click here to see the sketch and full description.

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