Monday, July 22

Iraqi scientists trained on U.S. soil

The arrests of top Iraqi scientists since the end of the war have revealed a startling trend in the educational background of these experts wanted for the alleged development of weapons of mass destruction: Many received training from American universities. Read more...


SARS sparks spread of research and discussion

A group of professionals discussed the scientific, political, social and economic aspects of severe acute respiratory syndrome at Bunche Hall on Thursday; the impact of the virus hit home for some upon learning that the University of California would not have an Education Abroad Program in Beijing in summer or fall 2003. Read more...



Readathon entertains into the night

Students gave new meaning to the term “pulling an all-nighter” Thursday night with the English Department’s annual fundraising Readathon. Students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered for a round-the-clock reading of “U.S.A.” by John Dos Passos. Read more...



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