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Thursday, October 18, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 41


 
 









 

National anthrax scare hits Law Center, UC

The nationwide scare over the deadly biological agent anthrax struck UH on Wednesday afternoon, as students at the Law Center were told by some professors to leave class while authorities inspected an ailing professor's office.
 

Attacks lead to worry over immigration laws

The United States cannot respond to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania by shutting its borders to all immigrants, an immigration attorney said during a discussion about immigration and terrorism at UH's Farish Hall on Wednesday.
 

Smith says University still strong

The Faculty Senate met in session Wednesday afternoon for what turned out to be an enlightened and upbeat discussion of the University's current status and its plans for future success.
 

Students have chance to travel, 
see politics

The Center for Public Policy at UH is offering internship opportunities for students interested in getting their feet wet in government and public service.

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