9-12-2010 The Week in Review

Soon to be seen at Stanford: endless lines. (Image via SF Gate)
Stanford Football [destroys ](http://www.mercurynews.com/sports/ci_16054754)UCLA, 35-0.

A study by Edith Sullivan of the Stanford med school demonstrates that genetics may affect alcohol cravings.

Preparations are finalized for the Dalai Lama’s visit on Oct. 14-15.

Stanford law students are writing textbooks for Afghanistan.

Kenneth Frier, former CIO at HP, named CIO of the Stanford Management Co.

Stanford Football ranked #25 in an updated AP Poll.

Summer course allowed students to test their own DNA.

Exceptionally popular sandwich joint, Ike’s Place, soon to open on campus.

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