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Law professor in New York Times

Oct. 3, 2007
Law professor in New York Times

Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist died over Labor Day weekend in 2005, 10 months after receiving a diagnosis of an invariably fatal form of thyroid cancer.

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For whom the bells toll

Oct. 3, 2007

Carillonneur Tom Anderson has been making campus life more musical since 1967.

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Physicist featured in Newsweek

Oct. 3, 2007
Physicist featured in Newsweek

The universe is accelerating. A mysterious energy is pushing apart space itself, like a crazed toddler blowing up the cosmic balloon. Unless "the" universe is actually only one of many universes. Cosmologists are seriously entertaining that possibility.

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Engineer receives best paper award

Oct. 3, 2007
Engineer receives best paper award

Jacob Abraham, professor of electrical and computer engineering, received the Best Paper Award at the 24th Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Very-Large Scale Integration Test Symposium.

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Economics professor in Business Week

Oct. 3, 2007
Economics professor in Business Week

Do America's decades-old overtime laws make sense anymore? Despite the litigation they are generating, there's almost no political momentum to change them. The initial idea was that companies would choose to hire extra workers rather than pay existing ones time and a half.

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