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Stanley Rosen, UNI and CAS professor and Borden Parker Bowne Professor of Philosophy, speaks on Nietzsche on Friday, February 20, 10 a.m., SMG 208

Week of 13 February 2004 · Vol. VII, No. 19
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Huntington's Know the Law! tours Boston schools

Know the Law! an after-school program for youth that uses drama to increase awareness of Massachusetts law tours six Boston middle schools in February. The collaboration between the Huntington Theatre Company and Youth and Police in Partnership is now in its seventh year; last year, it received a citation from the Boston Police Department and was a national finalist for the Coming Up Taller Awards. The scenes of urban teenage life show young people that a better understanding of Massachusetts criminal law can help them make better choices and stay out of trouble.

Cannons come to Nickerson

The Boston Cannons professional lacrosse team will play at Nickerson Field beginning in May. The franchise is one of the most successful of the six in major league lacrosse, regularly playing before 4,000 to 5,000 fans at Cawley Stadium in Lowell for the three years of its existence. The team has made the playoffs for the past three seasons and leads the league in merchandise sales and Web site hits. Nickerson Field, which has 9,575 seats, will be a convenient location for the team's 1,500 or so season ticket holders, who reside in the Boston suburbs and Cape Cod as well as the greater Lowell area. The Cannons' home opener is May 22.
       

13 February 2004
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