March 2000: Vol. 79, No. 2
A night to remember!
Preaching environmental awareness and quoting JFK and Churchill, former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev drew an SRO crowd at the Coliseum. by Alex Crevar (AB '93)


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Dancz band takes jazz al fresco at Blue Sky concert on College Avenue

The Brave New World of Steve Stice
Cloning expert Steve Stice wants to genetically alter "pharm animals" to produce new drugs for humans—and the University will own the patents. by Deborah Blum (ABJ '76)
University gets tough on cheating
Students who violate the Academic Honesty Policy run the risk of not only being expelled, but of having future employers find out that they cheated in college. by Pat Curry
The toughest degree you'll ever love
UGA alumni have been mainstays of the Peace Corps since its inception in 1961. The partnership has now evolved into a master's degree program. by Alex Crevar (AB '93)
Herschel's in the Hall
UGA threw a party to celebrate No. 34's induction into the College Football Hall of Fame. But will he make it to Canton, where all the pro greats are enshrined? by Kent Hannon
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Dean Tate: A Man for All Seasons by Patrick Dean (BFA '98)

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