The University Record

September 10, 1997
Volume 51, Number 2

Frontpage Photo
Letters
In Brief
Turner shares eldercare info
Museum of Art draws new students
20-8 victory marks end of an era
Diag a Global Village crossroads
NCI awards Comprehensive Cancer Center $15 million
Business School gets top ranking from U.S. News
Rackham Dean Cantor welcomes graduate students
Institute for the Humanities names visiting fellow
Panelists provide advice to transfer students
M-Pathways, the `invisible project,' revealed to U community
Journalism Fellows program welcomes class of `97
CSRC closed; now where can you take your computer for repair?
Travelers: Beware of laptop thieves
Ann Arbor native will be part of Michigan Radio's local sounds
Patterson resigns to lead M-Pathways project
Diversity Trade Fair set for Sept. 17 at the League
Consultation/Conciliation Service completes one-year pilot program
New policy covers religious/academic conflicts
New entrance will greet visitors at Gardens
Exhibit runs the gamut from bananas to bread
Visiting Writers series starts Sept. 15
Electric car is now part of U-M fleet of vehicles