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Gulf War chemicals may damage testes

A combination of drugs administered to protect Gulf War soldiers against disease and nerve gas may have inadvertently damaged their testes and sperm production, according to animal experiments...


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Nursing plans major new $10M facility

The swiftly evolving School of Nursing is planning a major building project that will more than double the school's useable space and will bring together faculty and students currently scattered...


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Fuqua improves German campus

As a new partnership in Asia gives a different face to the Fuqua School of Business' globalization efforts, administrators are also looking to touch up an older venture in Europe.


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Sigma Phi Epsilon gets housing

Sigma Phi Epsilon will receive official housing on West Campus next year, completing the transition from a newly reinstituted fraternity to a fully-integrated member of the University's greek...


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Guinier highlights MLK celebration

When several University students travel to Washington, D.C. this weekend to participate in a protest against a possible war with Iraq, their main agenda will be President George W.


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Be vewwy vewwy quiet...

Senior Tryg Dolber, junior Dennis Williams and senior Ryan Shelton have a little fun on Main West quad Saturday afternoon, donning rabbit masks and entertaining passers-by.


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Plagiarism cases jump during fall

Despite increased University efforts to educate undergraduates on how to avoid plagiarism and correctly cite sources, academic dishonesty case numbers increased dramatically at the end of the fall...


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Duke asks high court to hear case

The University has asked the United States Supreme Court to review a federal appeals court decision on a patent-infringement lawsuit filed by the former director of Duke's Free Electron Laser...


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Fuqua partners with Seoul National

The Fuqua School of Business is expanding its Cross-Continent MBA program to include an Asian component through a wide-ranging partnership with Seoul National University.