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Crafted Image: Contemporary Photographers and 19th-Century Processes, at the BU Art Gallery through February 25

Vol. IV No. 19   ·   19 January 2001 

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Charles DeLisi, Marion Wiesel honored with Presidential Citizens awards

At a White House ceremony on Monday, January 8, Charles DeLisi, BU's Arthur G. B. Metcalf Professor of Science and Engineering, and Marion Wiesel, writer, translator, and the wife of Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel, BU's Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities, took their places among an illustrious group of political leaders, entertainers, and sports figures to receive one of the nation's highest civilian honors.

Nickerson Field will be home to women's pro soccer team

Now on CD-ROM: real-world lessons in public health

It wasn't enough just to say that the tap water tasted bad. When residents of Woburn, Mass., suspected that hazardous-waste dumping had caused multiple cases of childhood leukemia in the 1970s, all they had to start with was a hunch.

Federal ergonomics regs good for business, says Sargent prof

More than a century after American factory owners began cutting costs by having their employees adopt the methodical physical motions prescribed by management consultant Frederick Taylor, the federal government finally is making industry responsible for informing workers about the health risks of performing repetitive tasks.

The Costas' commitment - nearly a century of service to Boston University

Men's basketball is making strides in rebuilding a championship caliber team

Health Matters

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Emergency Closing Announcements

ARTS - Triple play
Three standouts pursue their common cause to stunning effect

A time for celebration

Back to the books

David M. Kennedy lecture

Rock of ages





19 January 2001
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