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1. Stanford fellow delves into archival materials that shed new light on the early days of Islam

Humanities Center fellow and historian of Islam Fred Donner builds on his theories about the diverse religious origins of Islam through an intensive study and translation of previously neglected or unknown documents from the seventh century.

2. Family members sample student life during Stanford Parents' Weekend

More than 3,800 family members visited campus for Parents' Weekend, roaming the campus to share in dozens of activities that offered a sampler of student life.

3. Stanford scientists: Warming temperatures implicated in California droughts

In California, warm, dry years are more likely to lead to severe drought than dry, cool years, and the probability of warm and dry conditions coinciding is likely to climb.

4. 'Go Global' spotlights international research, courses, events at Stanford

When faculty members add information on their international activities to their Stanford Profiles, that information – a journal article, course or research project – will automatically appear on the Go Global website.

5. New job classification program at Stanford aims to bring consistency, transparency and career opportunities

The Staff Career & Job Classification Program is part of an effort to bring more consistency and clarity across the university. It is the result of many years of planning and evaluation by University Human Resources.

6. Stanford poet Eavan Boland interrogates identity, nationhood in new collection

In A Woman Without a Country, English Professor Eavan Boland helps give voice to those who have been silenced in the official record of history.

7. Stanford Law School beats a path to the bench

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan and circuit judges give SLS students an insider's look at becoming a judge.

8. Stanford students discover an early music treasure

Music lecturer and students edit and finish an incomplete manuscript by Francesco Durante for a modern-day première in Memorial Church.

9. Stanford Parents' Weekend 2015 opens Friday

Dozens of activities are planned for the 3,800 family members who are expected to visit campus during the two-day event.

10. High court should reconsider baseball's antitrust exemption, Stanford experts say

Stanford scholars offer perspective on Major League Baseball's antitrust exemption, which could come under review this spring if a San Jose lawsuit proceeds to the high court.