March 2001: Vol. 80, No. 2
From the Editor
The sun never sets on the Bulldog Empire

Letters to the Editor
Readers' comments on past issues.

Cover photo: UGA commemorates 40th anniversary of desegregation
President's Column
Race and the liberating power of education
Campus News
State of the University: Adams stresses importance of campus living, research, foreign study. Promoting diversity: UGA's grad school plan is nation's best. Plans unveiled for Coverdell building. SEC class size. They said it. Gorbachev wins 2001 Delta Prize. Academic building renamed in honor of Holmes, Hunter. Helping UGA and the world: $1 million gift will strengthen trade and security center. World-wise words: Olympian Teresa Edwards gives winter Commencement address. Renior at GMOA. Record research year: External funding tops $100 million mark
Findings
Combating teens' at-risk behaviors: Grants target adolescent substance abuse, HIV-AIDS. History in tablet form: Religion professor looks for clues about ancient people in 3,000-year-old writings
Faculty/Staff
Chernobyl: the scientific fallout. UGA in the news. Ag peacemakers: University delegation returns from historic trip to North Korea. Holbrook's on board: Provost is AAAS director. Licensing revenues
Sports
Richt makes mark: Starting late doesn't deter new coach from signing blue chippers. 2000 home football attendance. Hall of Fame honors Hoage. Stagg Award: Dooley joins Bear, Pop Warner. Top VIII a welcome habit: Swimmer Kristy Kowal is fourth straight Bulldog honored by NCAA
Yesterday
Yesterday and today. Desert Storm demonstrations: North Campus anti-war encampment was 10 years ago
Students
Exchange program: Out-of-state education at in-state prices. WatchDawgs: Free taxi service a real business learning experience
Campus Closeup
Learning to hear again. Language dorm is a non-stop foreign language classroom. Taking aim at Ovarian cancer
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