News / Archives / February 2003

'Voice' of the National Spelling Bee Dies

Survey: First-year students make politics a priority

New director named for Academic Services for Student-Athletes

Symposium will honor former dean Castellino

Blakey's interpretation of RICO vindicated

3 women to tell of Living Next Door to the KKK

Father Scully to discuss Catholic higher education in Naples, Fla.

Bender to present genetic developments in Sacramento, Calif.

Murphy to present Hesburgh Lecture in San Jose, Calif.

Gurulé says Estrada deserves confirmation vote

ACLU associate director to discuss surveillance in America

Leftow to lecture on scripture, God and time

Campus remembrance service for Chad Sharon to be held Tuesday

45th annual Jazz Festival to begin Feb. 26

Astronaut Harrison Schmitt to deliver engineering lecture

Duke law professor to speak on financial scandals

The Tidings: Remembering fishermen

Alumnus and benefactor elected to Board of Trustees

Governor Keating to speak at ND

MATHCOUNTS competition scheduled for Saturday

New institute will focus on environmental molecular science

Brief supports U. of Michigan on admissions policies

Robinson Center to celebrate second anniversary

The Wall Street Journal: An Army of Underemployed Goes Door-to-Door in Brazil

Bill Bradley to speak at conference on sports and citizenship

Historian authors new book on Lewis and Clark

Palliative care conference scheduled for Feb. 20-21

Guthrie Theater to present The Stuff of Dreams March 7-8

St. Michael's Laundry opens on-campus center for faculty and staff

Funeral and campus remembrance services planned for Chad Sharon