The political geography of Africa may change radically on Jan. 9, 2011. As a result of referendums stemming from the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Sudan, southern Sudan will vote on its independence, deciding whether to remain part of the north or become its own state.
Excessive sun exposure can bring with it life-threatening diseases, particularly skin cancer–but a growing fear of skin cancer may lead to vitamin D deficiency in overprotective patients or those who spend too much time indoors.
Television journalist Tom Brokaw moderated the fifth Roundtable at Stanford on Saturday, guiding a panel of six leaders in a talk titled, “Generation Ageless: Longevity and the Boomers.”
Last Saturday, Stanford Women in Business sponsored the conference “I Don’t Know to CEO: Transforming Passion into Action,” bringing about 100 students to Annenberg Auditorium
Stanford ranks as one of the most selective four-year universities in the United States and as such, its rigorous admissions process often undergoes heavy scrutiny. As the admission rate decreases year after year, the qualifications distinguishing those students who are admitted from those who are rejected are blurred, and every aspect of the application becomes more important. What role does “legacy” status play in this application?