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Designer Tom Kosak created an electonic photomontage from a snapshot of executive producer Gary Smith (A'56) and Tony Awards photos by Leigh Davis.

 Features, Fall 2003

   • Behind the Scenes at the Tony Awards

   • Aron Ralston Sacrifices His
    Right Arm to Save His Life

   • Worms Survive Shuttle Disaster

 News, Fall 2003

   • Ann Curran ends 22 years as
     magazine editor

   • Ruling on affirmative action

   • Gift aids Hispanic recruitment

   • Fund-raising goal surpassed

   • Students redesign postal manual

   • Robot Hall of Fame opens Nov. 10

   • French professor Barbara Freed
     makes film on Henri Matisse
     and his model

   • New Building to House Rare Books

   • New partnership with Taiwan

   • Smile a day keeps the doctor away

   • Freshman facts

   • Protein analysis at home

   • C-MITES challenges the
     younger crowd

   • Keith analyzes energy savings

   • Business school distinguishes itself
     by adding tracks

   • Is there life on Mars?

   • New dorm is green

   • University maintains high ranking

   • US-CERT protects cyberspace

   • Managing software engineering,
     Russian style

 Mail, Fall 2003

   • Recognize the rejected

   • In search of vacuum tubes

   • Where credit is due

   • Bring on the music

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