October 22, 2004
Maggie Mantecon, administrative assistant in OIT, looked into the empty auditorium where the Quincy Krosby “Bringing Wall Street to Main Street” presentation was planned. Due to lack of attendance, Krosby decided to cancel. A few people began to show up after the lecture was scheduled to begin, many from off campus, only to learn of the cancellation on their arrival. The lecture was scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 13, in Founders Auditorium.
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The ballot measure prompts the debate of medical ethics.
Jerry Laird leaves the Board of Trustees to express his opposition to the faculty's vote to deny commencement speaker Rep. David Dreier an honorary degree.
Longtime employees Barbara and Bill Blackmur retire together.
Noted scholar E.J. Graff discusses her new book on the future of gay marriage.
The Faculty Research and Professional Activity Day event offers a glimpse into faculty member's extra-curricular activities.
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