Stanford Today
July/August 1998


Can't Sleep




Can’t Sleep



Offbeat Pursuits

How do Stanford students blow off steam? Every way you might imagine.  By Ingrid Becker
The Cold War Era and the Modern University

A book about Stanford's emergence as a postwar research powerhouse triggers debate and controversy on campus. Excerpts from a forum.  
Can't Sleep

Yawning on the job? You're not alone. More than half of Americans suffer from a sleep disorder, says expert William Dement.  By Chris Vaughan


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JULY/AUGUST 1998

 Contents

 NEWS & VIEWS
 President’s Letter

 Campus News
 Dido and Aeneas
 Merger
 Peking Visit
 Sculptures
 Mallarmé
 Housing Crisis
 107th Commencement
 People
 Campus Briefs

 Science & Medicine News
 Linde/Hawking Debate
 Anthropology Splits
 Digital Architecture
 Eldernet
 Sci & Med Briefs

 Sports News
 Stanford Tennis
 Athletic Awards
 Track and Field
 Sports Briefs

 FEATURES
 Stanford Observed
 Learning Curve
 Student Groups
 Lowen Book
 Hazel Markus
 John Taylor
 Sleep Disorders


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