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September 05, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 137) • Page Image 1

… WE.. trirni Untt NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 www.michigandally.com One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom Wednesday September 5, 2001 4 U to name From the entire staff of The Michigan Daily, welcome back to campus. qks you get acquainted with new classes, new homes and new roommates, the Daily will be here to provide you with a look at what's happening in Ann Arbor as well as around the globe. This month we will celebrate o...…

September 06, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 138) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years ofediorl/fredom NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 www.michigandally.com Thursday September 6, 2001 i Vo. t ,No 18 n 'ro, Mih - 201TeMcign!wl I Anti-abortion group return "Choice" campaign to drive trucks with photos of aborted fetus on nearby highways By Whitney Elliott Daily Staff Reporter A caravan of box trucks displaying photos of aborted fetuses will hit the highways of southeastern Michigan this month, and...…

September 07, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 139) • Page Image 1

…On hundred tenyears ofedz orianfreedom I ti NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 www michigandally. com Friday September 7,2001. Business School ranked No. 2 by U.S. News By Nick Bunkley Daily News Editor The University's School of Business Adminis- tration tied for second place and the College of Engineering placed seventh in U.S. News & World Report's 2002 rankings of "America's Best Colleges" released yesterday. Overall, the University r...…

September 10, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 140) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom Ui NEWS: 76-DAILY * CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 www~michigandaiiy. com Monday September 10, 2001 w f. i f? a r 'How to be Gay' class avoids controversy By Rachel Green Daily StaffReporter A University English course that conser- vative groups decried as immoral use of taxpayer money is again meeting this semester but without the heated debate that surrounded it last year. English 317, "How to be Gay: Ma...…

September 11, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 141) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom TI ti NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 wwwmichigandaly.com Tuesday September li, 2001 69 p ,'j Colleges, seek repeal of tax By Louie Melzlish Daily Staff Reporter Administrators and student leaders at Michi- gan colleges are pressuring state lawmakers to repeal the tuition tax credit, an effort that, if suc- cessful, could save in-state University students about $80 and $200 for out-of-state ...…

September 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 142) • Page Image 1

…w r One hundred ten years ofeditonilfreedom 7471 ti NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 www mlchlgandaily. com Wednesday September 12, 2001 - - ------ I- AP PHOTO Flames burst from the south tower of the World Trade Center after a hijacked United Airlines 767 passenger jet slammed into the 110-story building shortly after another plane crashed into the north tower yesterday. Trade Center collapses after attack Students were left stunne...…

September 13, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 143) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom *ri NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 wwv. michigandail y. com Thursday September 13, 2001 [Vo, °> ,No.1434 n Ars r,' i*Naft0201 Te Mchian ail ... for survivors NEW-YORK (AP) - As the smol- dering ashes of the World Trade Center slowly yielded unimaginable carnage, rescuers scoured the area that has become known as "Ground Zero" for anyone trapped under the rubble who may have survived the colla...…

September 14, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 144) • Page Image 1

…OtorillIl Onehundred iBn ea 0 ofedt/ralfreedo NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 wwwmichigandaily.com Friday September 14, 2001 " " ..a . C3 4t 1 Football game vs. WMU is called off By Raphael Goodstein Daily Sports Editor The Michigan Athletic Depart- ment yesterday announced that tomorrow's home football game against Western Michigan will not be played. There was no immediate makeup- date, and if the two teams can not find a time to res...…

September 17, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 145) • Page Image 1

…S E P E\MI E R 47 a>i I INSIDE: A section dedicated to the people and places affected by last week's terrorist attacks on the United States, including special coverage from New York City. Page 1 B. One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom A& NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 www. michlgandaily. corn Monday September 17, 2001 i .. < 1 .. % . :.i t....w .3w 5 I 'M' to play WMU on Saturday, then ilhini By Jon Schwartz Daily Sports Edi...…

September 18, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 146) • Page Image 1

…it I Un One hundred ten years of editor/a/ freedom 1Uil NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 w. michigandaily. com Tuesday September 18, 2001 i 4 t i'3 ! t M- i The Washington Post WASHINGTON - President Bush warned the nation yesterday to prepare for U.S. military casualties in the coming war against terrorism and, in his bluntest language since last week's attacks on New York and Washington, said he wants Osama bin Laden brought to jus...…

September 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom 1it NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFI ED: 764-0557 Wednesday September 19, 2001 I ------ -- -------77 - 77 02 1T i ch,-n -al i " r AM El t S I Attacks lead to ear o ffl y ,for A mercans By Louie Meizlish Daily Staff Reporter After watching hijackers crash commercial airliners into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon last week, almost half of Americans are now more hesitant to fly, according to a p...…

September 20, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 147) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years of editoriafreedom Unug NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 wwwmichigandally.com Thursday September 20, 2001 V5119t. , I *= 1*- eks 'I I It m ice' I' Aircraft deployed to Persian Gulf Bush will address Congress and the nation tonight but won't ask for a declaration of war WASHINGTON (AP) The Pentagon ordered dozens of advanced aircraft to the Per- sian Gulf region yesterday as the hour of military retaliation ...…

September 21, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 149) • Page Image 1

…4EUTtI One hundred ten years of editorzd freedom ti NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 Iwwwmichigandally.com Friday September 21, 2001 1/1 CX o 19a t ttr I C *.Ilia.y 'The Bush prepares nation for long campaign, announces homeland security office WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush cautioned a shaken nation yesterday that there are "struggles ahead and dangers to face" as America and its allies combat glob- al terrorism. He announced a new C...…

September 24, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 150) • Page Image 1

…ITIt I One hundred ten years of edit'oralfreedom Unt NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 I wwwmichigandaly.com Monday September 24, 2001 i ON @ i. I urs slowi returns to Talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, New York Gov. George Pataki, acting New .Jersey Gov. Donald DiFrancesco and former President Bill Clinton hold hands and join the Harlem Boys Choir in singing "We Shall Overcome" at the interfaith m...…

September 25, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 151) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom 74TI ti NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 www.mkchigandaily.com Tuesday September 25, 2001 V*I.CI, o. 1Anr Atbr; 0001 he ich@ n l 1 New group promotes affirmative action By Karen Schwartz Daily Staff Reporter Inspired by what they said was the need for a prevalent student voice advocating affirmative action, mem- bers of a new campus group met yes- terday to discuss who they are - and who they are...…

September 26, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…Ondteit One hundred ten yaso editNalfreo Ui NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 764-0557 www.michigandally.com Wednesday September 26, 2001 BAMN blasted for dominating racial issues By Kara Wenzel Daily Staff Reporter The Michigan Student Assembly approved its $415,370 budget last night, but much of the meeting centered on a push by several members of the assembly and other constituents to bring to light the probable motives of one of MSA's most ...…

September 27, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years ofeditorialfreedom tti NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 wwwmichigandally.com Thursday September 27, 2001 02001 Daily! Pfizer paying $27 million fc By Rachel Green Daily Staff Reporter Pfizer Inc. and the University reached a 55-acre, $27 million agreement yesterday that will allow expansion of the pharmaceu- tical giant's laboratories on North Campus and increase the amount of land Pfizer owns in Ann Arbor by 60 ...…

September 28, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 154) • Page Image 1

…One hundred ten years ofeditoriilfreedom *rnz NEWS: 76-DAILY CLASSIFIED: 7640557 I wwwmichigandally.com Friday September 28, 2001 4A Ag @21 Despite jobless claims, recruiting high at 'U' By Ted Borden Daily Staff Reporter The national economic outlook continued to darken yesterday as the U.S. Labor Department announced jobless claims have risen to a nine-year high. According to reports, nationwide claims for state unem- ployment insuranc...…

September 05, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 137) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 NATION/WORLD Suicide bomber injures 13 near school The Washington Post JERUSALEM - Dressed in the skullcap, white shirt and black pants of a devout Jew, a Palestinian suicide bomber was just blocks from the heart of ,downtown Jerusalem yesterday morning when a pair ,of Israeli policemen became suspicious. As they ran up to him yelling "Stop!" the bomber turned, smiled from behind a bea...…

September 06, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 138) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 6, 2001 NATION/WORLD Fox presses WASHINGTON (AP) - Mexican President Vicente Fox, the first state visitor of the Bush presi- dency, challenged the United States yesterday to strike an agreement on immigration reform by the end of the year. President Bush said "there is no more important relationship" than Mexico's but did not embrace Fox's ambitious deadline. The public challenge surprised U.S. ...…

September 07, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 139) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 7, 2001 NATION/WORLD Feds drop Microsoft breakup plan WASHINGTON (AP) - In a dramatic shift, the Bush administration yesterday abandoned the Clin- ton-era effort to break up Microsoft. It suggested a lesser antitrust penalty that could still force changes to the company's new Windows operating system. The Justice Department also dropped charges that the software giant illegally hurt competitors by ...…

September 10, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 140) • Page Image 2

…2A -The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 10, 2001 NATION/WORLD FBI studies Hoffa DNA, disappearance NEWS'V IN BRIEF f--r SACRAMENTO, Calif. Police launch manhunt for another killer 4 BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) -- Nearly three decades after Jimmy Hoffa vanished, a close friend of the former Teamsters boss said he understands the Hoffa family's grief, but not its belief that he holds some responsibility for Hoffa's disappearance. Charles "Chuck...…

September 11, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 141) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 11, 2001 NATION/WORLD Tapping Social Security seems likely The Washington Post WASHINGTON - Top Republican officials yes- terday sought to calm fears that President Bush's economic policies jeopardized the Social Security program, reassuring retirees that their benefits would be safe even if the government dipped into the pro- gram's surplus funds. While Republicans in both chambers of Congress d...…

September 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 142) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 AMERICA IN CRISIS I Bush.: WASHINGTON (AP) - A grim-faced Presi- dent Bush mourned the deaths of thousands of Americans in yesterday's atrocities and vowed to avenge their killings. "Today, our nation saw evil" he said. In his first prime-time Oval Office address, Bush said the United States would retaliate against "those behind these evil acts," and any country that harbors them. Bush...…

September 13, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 143) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 13, 2001 NATION/WORLD a Passengers may have thwarted terrorists NEWS IN BRIEF mm. u'kmm' u "" eawa'"a"u m'u&m mani'.m' SI-IANKSVILLE, Pa. (AP) - Just before United Flight 93 crashed, some of the passengers learned of the attacks on the World Trade Center and may have tried to overpower their hijackers and keep the jetlin- er from hitting another landmark. Authorities have not disclosed whether ...…

September 14, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 144) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001 Cheney moved, Capitol evacuated NATION/WORLD I Actions are part of tightening D.C. security, N.Y. airports closed WASHINGTON (AP) - Two days after the worst terrorist attack in Ameri- can history, officials widened the secu- rity buffer around the White House, moved Vice President Dick Cheney to Camp David and closed New York's three airports to incoming flights. The Capitol was evacuat...…

September 17, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 145) • Page Image 2

…; 2A --The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 17, 2001 NATION/WORLD Arafat and Sharon split over talks JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel and the Palestini- ans argued yesterday over conditions needed to begin truce talks, while Israeli tanks entered the West Bank city of Ramallah in a retaliatory raid, provoking a shootout that killed one Palestinian and one Israeli soldier. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said truce talks could begin only after...…

September 18, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 146) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 18, 2001 NATION/WORLD 4 Bush visits mosque, urges tolerance WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush visited a mosque and bought coffee for a cafeteria full of aides yes- terday as he appealed to Americans to get back to everyday business and not turn against their Muslim neighbors. In his socks, as is Muslim practice, Bush padded through the ornate mosque on Washington's Embassy Row and heard stories f...…

September 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 147) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 19, 2001 NATION/WORLD Cease-fire called in Middle East NEWS IN BRIEF HEADLIES FRO ARUDTH 'OL Israel witkdraws tanks rom areas recentlyseiz edn:.: JERUSALEM (AP) - In steps toward a truce, Israel promised yesterday not to launch strikes on the Palestinians after Yasser Arafat said he ordered his forces to prevent attacks on Israelis and to hold back even from responding to fire. Israel also wi...…

September 20, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 147) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 20, 2001 NATION/WORLD Tenuous Mideast truce holds despite gun battle JERUSALEM (AP) - Palestinian police enforced an informal truce with Israel yesterday, patrolling hot spots, and both sides agreed to renew U.S.-hosted talks on resuming security coordination. The calm was disrupted by an explosion at a Jewish settlement that injured two Israelis and a two-hour gun battle in the West Bank town o...…

September 21, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 149) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 21, 2001 NATION/WORLD 4 Arafat tries to maintain relations TEL AVIV, Israel - When an Israeli mother of three was killed yesterday in a drive-by shooting in the West Bank, U.S. Consul Ronald Schlicher, the Jerusalem'based diplomat who maintains U.S. con- tacts with Palestinian leaders, quickly called Yasser Arafat to ask what he was going to do about it. Arafat, desperately trying to remain in t...…

September 24, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 150) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 24, 2001 NATION/WORLD 4 raders plan for more uncertainty NEW YORK (AP) - Still recuperat- ing from one of Wall Street's worst sho'wings ever, investors are preparing for another week of uncertain stock trading. i With the economic fallout from the terrorist attacks still being assessed and the prospect of military action, many investors and analysts expect more, bumpy sessions. Even news of a $1...…

September 25, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 151) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 NATION/WORLD 4 Israeli woman killed in ambush The Baltimore Sun JERUSALEM - Until dawn yesterday, truce talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority seemed as if they might finally take place. No guns had been fired by either side for 12 hours. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon even acknowledged the possibility that the Palestinians would one day have their own state. That perio...…

September 26, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 26, 2001 NATION/WORLD q Giuliani receives write-in votes NEW YORK (AP) - With smoke still rising from the World Trade Center ruins, New Yorkers chose their candidates for mayor yesterday in pri- maries turned upside down by the disaster and the possibility that Rudolph Giuliani may try to stay on to steer the city through its crisis. Billionaire media owner Michael Bloomberg had a commanding l...…

September 27, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 153) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 27, 2001 NATION/WORLD Peres, Arafat in truce tal GAZA INTERNATIONAL AIR- PORT, Gaza Strip (AP) - In truce talks held at the urging of the United States, Israel and the Palestinians agreed yesterday on a series of confi- dence-building measures aimed at ending a year of fighting. The two sides said they wou.ld resume security coordination and exert maximum efforts to enforce a cease- fire. In a f...…

September 28, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 154) • Page Image 2

…2A - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 28, 2001 NATION/WORLD 4 Officer's acquittal sparks unrest NEWS IN BRIEF; HEDLNE FR ARUDTH SOL k . 4. * ; ...Y ". Id CINCINNATI (AP) - Police said an overnight curfew helped them keep order when black protesters set fires and threw rocks and bottles after a judge cleared a white police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man. Mayor Charlie Luken declared a state of emergency Wednesday nigh...…

September 05, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 137) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 5, 2001- 3A LOCAL/S TATE * HIGHER ED U. Florida stops offering financial aid based on race GAINESVILLE, Fla. - The Uni- versity of Florida Foundation announced last week that UF will no longer award scholarships based on race. "Scholarships are only one part of a comprehensive strategy the univer- sity is using to ensure our student body can remain diverse," Florida Provost David Colburn said in a s...…

September 06, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 138) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 6, 2001- 3A RESERECH In need Researchers test for quake safety Researchers at the School of Infor- mation are using a $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation to create a virtual laboratory to study earthquake-safe structures. Plans for the lab include data storage facilities and access to the latest research tools. It will link multiple earthquake engineering sites across t...…

September 07, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 139) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 7, 2001- 3 Mercury 13 members inspire students Candy reported stolen from desk at Shapiro library A bag of candy was reported stolen Tuesday morning from the front desk of Shapiro Undergradu- ate Library, according to Depart- ment of Public Safety reports. The candy had been left unat- tended on a shelf behind the circu- lation desk between Aug. 31 and Sept. 4. Library staff members have...…

September 10, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 140) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, Septerimber 10, 2001- 3A Taubman College hosts architect The Taubman College of Architec- ture and Urban Planning will host a talk by architect and environmentalist William McDonough on Wednesday at 6 pm. in the Chesebrough Audito- rium in the University's North Cam- pus Chrysler Building. McDonough's work has focused on sustainable architecture and commu- nity design and he is the founder of the ...…

September 11, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 141) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 11, 2001- 3 CGRIME Man exposes * himself to jogger Reports from the University's Department of Public Safety state a man exposed himself to a female jogger near the Family Housing Community Center on Friday evening. The jogger told DPS she heard a male yell out loud and when she turned his direction, he then fondled himself. Possible suspect found in fanny pack theft report DPS reports st...…

September 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 142) • Page Image 3

… AMERICA IN CRISIS The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 12, 2001- 3 15,000 attend vigil on Diag in memory of those killed From staff reports Candlelight filled the area stretching from the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library to the Diag flagpole and from Angell Hall to West Hall last night as an estimated 15,000 mem- bers of the University community came together to promote peace and unity at an impromptu vigil honoring the victims of yes- t...…

September 13, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 13, 2001- 3A RESEARCH Wave propagation * in inner core of Earth investigated The elastic properties of iron differ greatly at high temperatures than low temperatures, according to University researchers studying the origin and dynamics of the iron-rich core and magnetic field of the Earth. Interpretations of seismic images provides the basis for the research find- ings by mapping the beha...…

September 14, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 144) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 14, 2001- 3 Sororities postpone Rush for one week Angell Hall fire extinguished Department of Public Safety offi- cers responded to a fire in the base- ment of Angell Hall Wednesday evening. Construction materials caught fire, setting off an alarm, DPS spokeswoman Diane Brown said. Construction worker attempted to put the fire out with extinguishers, it was put out by the Ann Arbor Fire ...…

September 17, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 17, 2001-- 3A CAMPUSI Rosh Hashanah darkened by tragedy Attorney general to speak on case Mississippi Attorney General Mike Moore, who filed the first state lawsuit calling on tobacco companies to reim- burse the costs of treating smoking- related illnesses, plans to speak at the University on Wednesday. Moore will discuss "The Tobacco Settlement: What the Fight Was About" 3:30-4:30 p.m....…

September 18, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 146) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 18, 2001- 3 Bus stops to get schedules, maps of routes Caller harasses student to get notes from class The University's Department of Public Safety reported Thursday night that an unknown male subject has been making harassing phone calls to a female resident of the Vera Baits II Conger House. The woman told DPS that the caller asked her for notes from class and that he was going to get...…

September 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 19, 2001- 3 HIGHER ED Louisiana U. uPs athlete grad rate The Louisiana Tigers were one of 28 football teams that earned The American Football Coaches Associa- tion Academic Achievement Award for having a graduation rate higher than 70 percent. The number of players on the team who stay until graduation has increased significantly since it was last tallied in 1994, when the grad- uation r...…

September 20, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 147) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/S TATE The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 20, 2001- 3A RESEARCH Influx of e-mail creates a problem for my.umich.edu Raindrops keep fallin' Copay increases lower availability of medicine, care Recent rises in drug costs and spending have caused insurance com- panies to raising their copay, leading the government to figure out new ways to'provide prescription drug care to Medicare participants, according to researchers at the U...…

September 21, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 149) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 21, 2001- 3A On Cloud Nine .:": f la: Pedestrian kicks, 1 causes damage to car on State Street A State Street pedestrian kicked a 2001 Lexus while crossing the street Tuesday afternoon, Depart- ment Public Safety reports state. The driver made a right turn from South University onto South State Street and had an altercation with the pedestrian. The pedestrian kicked the driver's side fron...…

September 24, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 150) • Page Image 3

… LOCAL/S TATE _......_ Airborn Business School Sfaculty to reflect on recent tragedy The University School of Business Administration will hold a public panel discussion today from 4:15 to 5:45 p.m. in the Hale Auditorium of Assembly Hall. The purpose of the discussion will be to look at the impact and events of the recent terrorist attacks. The panel will be moderated by Dean Robert Dolan and will include Business school faculty members Ke...…

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