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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Photo of Directors' Cups in case. Photo by Kaitlyn Lo

So many Directors' Cups, so little space to show them off

The good news is that Stanford recently won its 18th straight Directors' Cup, which recognizes the best collegiate sports program in the nation. The bad news is that there isn't any place to put the new 2-foot-tall, solid-crystal trophy. But it's a nice problem to have.

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Non-nutritive sweeteners no magic bullet, researchers say

Nutrition expert Christopher Gardner, associate professor of medicine at the Stanford Prevention Research Center, talks about the drawbacks of non-nutritive sweeteners and how they might not be effective for losing weight.

Photo: Linda Cicero photo taken on the Dish path

The golden path: Stanford Dish area's powerful pull

Its name signifies a structure that has not only become a Stanford icon, but also has become shorthand for the lands surrounding it. Like a lighthouse, the Dish beckons hundreds of thousands of people to a place that offers recreation, renewal and refreshment.

Campus Announcements

  • Memorial service planned for Heinz Furthmayr: A service will take place on campus July 26 for Heinz Furthmayr, an emeritus professor of pathology who died May 1 while hiking in Nepal. The service will begin at 4 p.m. in Memorial Church and is open to all those who would like to attend. Visit the Medical School's news website for more details.
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