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Carnegie Mellon Magazine is published quarterly, appearing in early February, May, August and November. It reaches 72,000 educated readers internationally, including alumni; donors and friends of the university; parents of current students; government officials from Western Pennsylvania; leaders in business and higher education; and media organizations.

The magazine offers both display and classified advertising. Full-page color ads are available on the two inside covers and the back cover.

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Roger Rafson, President
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1831 Murray Ave., Suite 216
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15217
Phone: 412-421-2600
Fax: 412-421-6001
Email: rafson@cmu.edu

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 Features, Fall 2002

   • Off-campus Ventures
     Courses Take Students Into
     Community Service

   • East Meets West
     Tongue Tells Health Tales

   • Speak softly, carry a giant carrot
     President Jared Cohon Favors
     Persuasion over Issuing

   • Led by Larry Cartwright
     Real-World Course Leaps into
     Muck of Construction

 News, Fall 2002

   • Homeland Security Director
     Tom Ridge addresses graduates

   • Cancer research project launched

   • Melissa Martin scores
     with first film

   • Joe Manganiello Bullies

   • Blowing our own horn

   • Greenhouse grows

   • Higher education turns to wind

   • Lobster Boy William
     Kofmehl scuttles housing project

   • Faculty, students honored

   • Astronaut speaks at Homecoming

   • Doctoral programs ranked

   • Faculty retire

   • Carroll Gantz, inventor of the
     Dustbuster, is back to boats

 Mail, Fall 2002

   • First job paid $95 a month

   • About Erin Brady's percentage

   • Why isn't Nash in the '48

   • Great tribute to great man

   • Drugs, myths compound illness

   • Dean Midani's help recalled

   • About that lame response

   • Illustrator's other life

   • Zine site looks great

   • Tougher times in 1930s mills

   • Magazine all wet on concrete

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