The University Record


October 19, 1992
Volume 48, Number 7


Salary program a high priority in budget request
Black Art Series made debut last week
Business Week ranks Business School 5th
Implementation of student rights statement on hold pending resolution of Regents' concerns
1991-92 federal legislative session 'disappointing'
Scientists discover two new drugs to fight dangerous HCMV virus
New guidelines for indirect cost recovery will be explained
Jensen: Students have different vision of the world
Grafton to deliver Jerome Lecture Series
Interuniversity cooperation will ensure availability of costly specialized journals
Letters
Artists transform monuments into messages
Kudos
Aparicio, Riggs and Gaunt lead MLK Day Symposium planning
Hospital employees meet challenge, reap M-$hare benefits
Briefings
Eight vie for two seats on Board of Regents
Power outage shocking, but no damage
Nurses honor Congressman Pursell
Clinton rally is tonight
Regent's Roundup
Week focuses on sexual assault prevention
Price kicks off Sigma Xi Ethics and Science Lecture Series
Humanities Institute program looks at 'Utopian Revisions'
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