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February 10-23, 2003
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Federal government deploys database to track international students
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Study unveils several mysteries of infertility in mice
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Credit Union seeks nominees
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Collier, professor of history, dies
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VU to honor Super Bowl-winner Quarles at Saturday’s basketball game
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Chair of Afghanistan’s Independent Human Rights Commission to speak at Vanderbilt University Feb. 24
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New program unites Nashville’s arts and education leaders
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New nurse-managed community-based care clinic opens in Hermitage
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Less-invasive technique lessens downsides of hip replacement surgery
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Two seniors awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships
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E-Week
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Waffles on Wednesdays moves to Morgan tonight
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Corbin
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Visiting historian to discuss Jewish soldiers in Hitler’s army Feb. 20
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Impact
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Expert on improving reading in low-performing schools to speak Feb. 20
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Prosecution of Birmingham church bombing case to be discussed at Law School
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On the move
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Engineering students to celebrate fun and challenges of their field
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Vanderbilt, four other universities file ‘amicus’ brief in Michigan case
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Insurance giant to employ three female graduates as part of annual fellowship
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Vanderbilt awaiting INS approval to begin using new international student database
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Premier MBA case competition finals today at OGSM
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First female to receive chemical engineering degree encourages women to pursue engineering careers
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Professor’s novel approach aids budding fiction writers
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Vanderbilt engineering professor wins Naval Research Award
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Premier MBA case competition finals today at OGSM
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Cornel West to speak Feb. 13
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Waffles on Wednesdays continues tonight in Branscomb Lobby
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VUT presents musical adaptation of Shakespearean social commentary
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First African-American student left many legacies
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WTO Ambassador to discuss intellectual property at Law School
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Faculty and Staff Notes
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Expert on children’s mental health to speak at Vanderbilt
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Noted writer to join discussion of black women’s writings in Brazil
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Around Campus
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The Last Word with Elaine Brown and her daughter, Gillian Henry
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New policy governs the process of eliminating University Central positions
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