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September 16-22, 2002

Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt offers a variety of classes

Biologist receives $1 million to start an innovative undergraduate science education program

Leading figures in campaign finance reform to discuss new law

Career Center hosts two student fairs

15 students meet Nobel laureates in Europe

Confederate Memorial Hall renamed Memorial Hall

Newly revealed hieroglyphs tell story of superpower conflict in the Maya world

Volunteers Sought for Tailgate 2002

Faculty gatherings begin second year

Dianne Revees sings at Great Performances Sept. 20

Divinity dean speaks at anti-war demonstration on day of presidential visit

USAC president seeks to fully invest staff in the University community

Divinity lectures target community for fall series

Vanderbilt’s service learning effort rated among the best in ‘U.S. News’ rankings

Class of 2006 most diverse in history of University

‘As the World Turns’ casting call Sept. 18

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