The University Record

July 9, 2001
Volume 56, Number 35

Hockey team assists Habitat for Humanity
Forest Avenue parking structure opens with Garage Jam
Survival Flight helicopters taking off from new high-tech helipad facility
Regents hear report from faculty panel
Rudeness at work shown to carry emotional and social costs
Commuter bus routes to change for art fairs
U-M teams with TCF for Mcard program
Reid to lead Women’s Studies Program
Laser ‘scalpel’ improves eye surgery
Household manuals provide window on turn-of-century life
Public libraries provide high-quality community services online
U-M tries to control prescription costs
Hill Auditorium to undergo $33.5 million renovation
Facts about planned renovations, restoration of fabled hall
Exhibition shows how architect Kahn inspired modernism
Hill’s legendary acoustics attract world-class performers
May Retirements
Graduate Library displays banned, challenged books
U-M-Dearborn to begin offering degree in criminal justice this fall
Sub team victorious
For first time, woman chosen to lead Marching Band
Urban Garden ready to join Matthaei’s summer splendor
Applause
Briefings
Calendar
Obituaries
Regents’ Roundup
Job Postings

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