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August 18, 1997

Is same-sex marriage the death-knell for matrimony?

Reports of the death of American marriage, like the famous pronouncement of Mark Twain’s early demise, may be premature.

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Is Chicago No. 1 or No. 23 among most livable cities? It all depends on how you look at the numbers

Where Chicago belongs on a list of the continent’s best places to live is a matter of statistics and how they are compiled, according to Geoff Loftus, a University of Washington psychology professor and co-author of the 1996 edition of “Places Rated Almanac.”

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Intel awards University of Washington $5.9 million in computer equipment and service

The University of Washington will receive $5.9 million in state-of-the-art computer equipment and service from Intel Corp. as part of the company’s $85 million Technology for Education 2000 Program.

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August 16, 1997

Health Source: Medical News from the University of Washington

Medical News from the University of Washington

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August 12, 1997

Learning self-defense teaches women far more than just how to protect themselves, it kick starts self- esteem

Learning self-defense skills benefits women in ways that extend beyond discovering how to protect themselves. It also boosts their self- esteem and positively affects their personality, according to a new University of Washington study.

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Learning self-defense teaches women far more than just how to protect themselves, it kick starts self-esteem

Learning self-defense skills benefits women in ways that extend beyond discovering how to protect themselves. It also boosts their self- esteem and positively affects their personality, according to a new University of Washington study.

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Warm, unusually calm weather may be reason Bristol Bay sockeye run was far smaller than expected

News and Information

The return of sockeye salmon to Alaska’s Bristol Bay fell 15 to 20 million fish short of expectations, leading to significant economic and social hardship for fishermen, processors and local communities.

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August 8, 1997

First workshop on science education for K-12 teachers to be held in Forks Aug. 18-22

News and Information

A one-week intensive workshop, designed to help teachers interpret and implement new state and national standards in science education, will be held at the Olympic Natural Resources Center in Forks Aug. 18-22.

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August 1, 1997

UW smogmobile is cleaner, safer alternative to gas or electric cars

When engineers at the University of Washington set out to create a vehicle that is cleaner and safer to operate than gas or electric cars, they jokingly named it the smogmobile after a L’il Abner cartoon depicting a car fueled by air pollution. But the vehicle developed by the UW team almost lives up to its name. Running on liquid nitrogen, the smogmobile generates no harmful emissions and actually creates an opportunity for pollutants to be removed from the air as its fuel is produced.

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July 31, 1997

Orcas Island Medical Center becomes a family medicine teaching site for the University of Washington School of Medicine.

UW Health Sciences/UW Medicine

What’s it like to practice family medicine on a small, rural island in Puget Sound,where the nearest hospital, on the mainland, can be reached only by sea or sky? Some University of Washington (UW) third-year medical students now have the opportunity to find out.

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