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Student Robbed In String Of Crimes  A graduate student who was robbed at gunpoint is at least the 4th victim in a string of robberies Construction Worker Falls To Death 1st round of Bank of the West Classic  The 18-year-old Tatiana Golovin earned her first WTA victory since March, beating beat Alona Bondarenko 7-5, 6-2 Jankovic beat Lilia Osterloh 7-5 6-3 Perry upsets fifth seed Hantuchova Golovin, Stosur, Craybas in last 8 Schnyder defeated Craybas 6-4 7-5 Clijsters waltzes past Vaidisova Clijsters takes Bank of West title  Top seed tuned up for her defense of the U.S. Open crown with a 6-4 6-2 win over Schnyder Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million  Phil Knight pledged the largest gift to a business school to help build $275 million graduate business school campus Marching band suspended for trashing  The band is notorious for its pranks. It allegedly trashing the trailer it called home for four years Synchronized Swimmers Can't Compete New Football Stadium Unveiled
Strip Club Scandal Hits Football Program  A lawsuit by a disgruntled employee revealed that players took recruits to a club using athletic department money Hospital strike averted  A strike by 1,400 Stanford Hospital and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital workers has been averted New maternity policy  University has a new policy that aims to help female graduate students manage tough study schedules Stanford upends Washington in OT Bush names Stanford professor  President Bush nominated Edward Lazear, 57, as his chief economic adviser Zags edge Stanford Heart transplant pioneer Shumway dies Stanford To Hike Tuition 5.75% Commerce secretary speaking to students  Carlos Gutierrez addresses Graduate School of Business about trade deficit Protesters Block Bush From Meeting  Plans to attend a private meeting at Hoover Institution were canceled when protesters blocked his motorcade Armed Robbers Strike Stanford, Palo Alto


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  2 suspects are at large after robbing 2 men in Palo Alto, 40 minutes after a similar robbery on the University campus
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  The University showed off its new $90 million stadium. It has fewer seats than the old one, about 50,000 spectators


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Sep.16
  The new, improved version of Stanford Stadium opened with a 37-9 defeat from Middies before 44,022 people


October 2006 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2 Scientist Shares Nobel Prize In Medicine
  Professor of Pathology and Genetics Andrew Fire won the Prize for discovering a way to silence specific genes
Oct.4   Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Chemistry
  Roger D. Kornberg, whose father won a Nobel Prize, was awarded for studies of how cells take information from genes
Oct.7 Notre Dame Beats Stanford, 31 to 10 Oct.17 Edwards' Stanford Career Over  The quarterback will miss the rest of his senior season with a broken right foot

November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.4 USC Rolls Over Winless Stanford 42-0
Nov.11 Stanford Ends Losing Streak  Sherman took a screen pass 74 yards and the Cardinal shocked Washington 20-3 Nov.16 Over 1,000 hear Gates speak

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Dec.2 No. 21 Cal Survives Stubborn Stanford  Longshore passed for 217 yards and Cal survived a bitter wind for a 26-17 victory in the 109th Big Game Dec.12 Stanford interviews Hauck  UM athletic director O'Day said that Hauck, who missed the taping of his coach's show, was on a recruiting trip Dec.17 Univ. Launches E. Coli Into Earth's Orbit
  Scientists believe studying the organismís behavior may help determine the effect outer space conditions have on humans Dec.18 Harbaugh becomes Cardinal coach  Stanford hired former NFL quarterback to take over its struggling football program Dec.19 Wie accepted to Stanford  17-year-old Michelle Wie would enroll in the fall. She turned professional in October 2005




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Construction Worker Falls To Death New maternity policy  University has a new policy that aims to help female graduate students manage tough study schedules Bush names Stanford professor  President Bush nominated Edward Lazear, 57, as his chief economic adviser Heart transplant pioneer Shumway dies Stanford To Hike Tuition 5.75% Commerce secretary speaking to students  Carlos Gutierrez addresses Graduate School of Business about trade deficit Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million  Phil Knight pledged the largest gift to a business school to help build $275 million graduate business school campus Scientist Shares Nobel Prize In Medicine




Stanford University, 2006 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Stanford University, 2006 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
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Jan.27
Jan.31
Feb.12
Feb.16
Feb.16
Aug.1
Oct.2
  Professor of Pathology and Genetics Andrew Fire won the Prize for discovering a way to silence specific genes
Oct.4   Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Chemistry
  Roger D. Kornberg, whose father won a Nobel Prize, was awarded for studies of how cells take information from genes
Nov.16 Over 1,000 hear Gates speak Dec.17 Univ. Launches E. Coli Into Earth's Orbit
  Scientists believe studying the organismís behavior may help determine the effect outer space conditions have on humans Dec.18 Harbaugh becomes Cardinal coach  Stanford hired former NFL quarterback to take over its struggling football program Dec.19 Wie accepted to Stanford  17-year-old Michelle Wie would enroll in the fall. She turned professional in October 2005



Stanford University, 2006 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.21 Hospital strike averted  A strike by 1,400 Stanford Hospital and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital workers has been averted Feb.16 Commerce secretary speaking to students  Carlos Gutierrez addresses Graduate School of Business about trade deficit Aug.5 Marching band suspended for trashing  The band is notorious for its pranks. It allegedly trashing the trailer it called home for four years Nov.16 Over 1,000 hear Gates speak




Stanford University, 2006 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.11 Strip Club Scandal Hits Football Program  A lawsuit by a disgruntled employee revealed that players took recruits to a club using athletic department money Jan.29 Stanford upends Washington in OT
Feb.11 Zags edge Stanford Jul.24 1st round of Bank of the West Classic  The 18-year-old Tatiana Golovin earned her first WTA victory since March, beating beat Alona Bondarenko 7-5, 6-2 Jul.25 Jankovic beat Lilia Osterloh 7-5 6-3 Jul.26 Perry upsets fifth seed Hantuchova Jul.26 Golovin, Stosur, Craybas in last 8 Jul.28 Schnyder defeated Craybas 6-4 7-5 Jul.29 Clijsters waltzes past Vaidisova Jul.30 Clijsters takes Bank of West title  Top seed tuned up for her defense of the U.S. Open crown with a 6-4 6-2 win over Schnyder Aug.8 Synchronized Swimmers Can't Compete Aug.22 New Football Stadium Unveiled
  The University showed off its new $90 million stadium. It has fewer seats than the old one, about 50,000 spectators
Sep.9 San Jose State Defeats Stanford, 35-34 Sep.16 New field can't help Stanford
  The new, improved version of Stanford Stadium opened with a 37-9 defeat from Middies before 44,022 people
Oct.7 Notre Dame Beats Stanford, 31 to 10 Oct.17 Edwards' Stanford Career Over  The quarterback will miss the rest of his senior season with a broken right foot Nov.4 USC Rolls Over Winless Stanford 42-0 Nov.11 Stanford Ends Losing Streak  Sherman took a screen pass 74 yards and the Cardinal shocked Washington 20-3 Dec.2 No. 21 Cal Survives Stubborn Stanford  Longshore passed for 217 yards and Cal survived a bitter wind for a 26-17 victory in the 109th Big Game Dec.12 Stanford interviews Hauck  UM athletic director O'Day said that Hauck, who missed the taping of his coach's show, was on a recruiting trip Dec.18 Harbaugh becomes Cardinal coach  Stanford hired former NFL quarterback to take over its struggling football program Dec.19 Wie accepted to Stanford  17-year-old Michelle Wie would enroll in the fall. She turned professional in October 2005



Stanford University, 2006 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2006 May.12 Armed Robbers Strike Stanford, Palo Alto
  2 suspects are at large after robbing 2 men in Palo Alto, 40 minutes after a similar robbery on the University campus
May.16 Student Robbed In String Of Crimes  A graduate student who was robbed at gunpoint is at least the 4th victim in a string of robberies



Stanford University, 2006 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.31 Bush names Stanford professor  President Bush nominated Edward Lazear, 57, as his chief economic adviser Apr.21 Protesters Block Bush From Meeting  Plans to attend a private meeting at Hoover Institution were canceled when protesters blocked his motorcade Aug.1 Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million  Phil Knight pledged the largest gift to a business school to help build $275 million graduate business school campus