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April 6, 1999

Upward Bound students learn to build computers–and get to keep them

A group of low-income high school students is learning how to build computers in a UW class–and they will get to keep the product of their labors.

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April 5, 1999

Singapore opposition leader to speak at UW on free speech

Dr. Chee will be giving a lecture titled “Free Speech and the Political Maturation of Singapore.”

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Magnuson staffers to discuss senator’s legacy

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The second annual panel discussion and reception to benefit the Warren G. Magnuson Endowed Library Fund will be held at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 24, in 220 Kane Hall on the University of Washington campus.

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April 2, 1999

Three UW School of Dentistry professors receive international awards

Three professors from the University of Washington School of Dentistry in Seattle were recipients of awards at the opening of the 77th General Session of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) held in Vancouver, B.

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Alaska Gets A High Speed (OC-12) Connection to Internet2

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WCI Cable, in support of the cooperative Pacific/Northwest Gigapop and national Internet 2 efforts, is providing to the UW a state-of-the-art fiber optic connection from Seattle to the University of Alaska Statewide System in Fairbanks, Alaska.

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April 1, 1999

UW Diversity Fair to recruit minorities set for April 10

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The University of Washington will hold a campus Diversity Fair on April 10 to recruit minorities from local high schools, community colleges, and nearby communities.

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In animal groups, scientists see patterns that could predict the future

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Like teenage boys hanging out on a street corner or fans cheering at a football game, animals behave differently when they’re in a large group than they do when they’re by themselves.

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March 31, 1999

Living donors can now donate a kidney using laparoscopic surgery

Living donors can now donate a kidney using laparoscopic surgery

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Harborview re-designated for Level I trauma services

The Washington State Department of Health has re-designated Harborview Medical Center to provide Level I Adult and Pediatric Trauma Services.

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March 30, 1999

“Walk for Life” marks start of Suicide Prevention Week, May 2-8

A “Walk for Life” will mark the beginning of Suicide Prevention Week, which will be observed May 2 to 8. Suicide Prevention Week is an opportunity to raise awareness of suicide, which takes the lives of 30,000 Americans every year.

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