|September 2001: Vol. 80, No. 4
|From the Editor
On Athens' 200th birthday, GM's editor points out the many ways this is more than just a college town.
Cover photo: America's best college town! UGA and Athens: partners for 200 years
In town-gown relationships, we're No. 1!
Celebrating cultural understanding. Biomedical and Health Sciences Institute will focus on bio-med, health, and social issues. Campus is expanding. Environmental Design and Ecology join forces to create national center. They said it. New technique yields success rate for cattle that's three times higher. Dean of students Bennett assumes new position; will be an advocate for students. New Press director Nicole Mitchell
Abused dog back to chasing squirrels, thanks to the good docs at Vet Med. UGA in the news. Larson's latest book examines "history of science" on wildlife sanctuary
Introducing: women's equestrian! Sears Cup laurels: Georgia finishes third in annual athletic department competition. Kim Black and Kelly Miller rack up academic accolades
Yesterday and today. 1946: A very good year!
19 undergraduates spend summer on self-designed research projects. Fall break: Still Florida week. New Foundation Fellows' average SAT score is . . . 1512
A horticulture bible's author throws in the trowelsort of. Habitat workers committed to service. Suddenly, it's all happening . . . in the dorm
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