June 2004: Vol. 83, No. 3
Dr. Adams From the Editor

New lease on life for Susie Dirr

Eve Trout Powell

Cover art: Sea Island welcomes the world

Nearly hidden amidst a sea of women in black shrouds, this little girl’s face caught the attention of photojournalist Mandi Wright (BFA ’97), who was on assignment in Baghdad for the Detroit Free Press. These women were reacting to a mass prayer delivered by rebel Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, whose followers are currently engaged in heavy fighing against U.S. forces. To see more of Wright’s images from Iraq and read Tracy Curlee’s account of Wright’s two tours of duty in war-torn Baghdad, see A Diary of War

Dr. Adams President's Column

UGA research stands on Davison's shoulders

New Georgia Encyclopedia Campus News

Fred Davison: 1924-2004. Words to live by at graduation. Layoffs unavoidable. Law school pioneer recalls intergration. Degree programs grow in Gwinnett. 4-H Center named. Yesterday.

Dave Muia Faculty/Staff

NAS tops Bennezen. A century of pharmacy. Farewell to a friend. UGA in the News.

Students

Scholarship bonanza. Diversity statement. UGA fare well in U.S. News Rankings.

Evans named A.D Sports

A new kind bar. Equestrian team repeats as national champion. Mascot mania.

Greg Robinson Campus Closeup

Michael Lomax, operating by any means. Home suite home.

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