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Stories for September 23, 2002

U.S. Treasury Secretary Discusses Health Care, Economy

Newest Fruits of UConn 2000 Include Co-op IT, Biology Buildings

Bachelor of General Studies Program Has Served Non-Traditional Students for 25 Years

Water Quality Report Issued

Women's Health Conference Commemorates Legacy of Caring

Environmental Director Appointed

UConn's U.S. News Rank Little Changed

Center for Academic Programs All About Educational Opportunity

Researchers Say Sharing Music On-Line Has Changed Industry

Public Policy Expert Seidman Dies at 92

Agreement with Norwalk Community College Eases Transfer to Stamford Business Program.

Roper Center Magazine Reviews Public Perspectives on Life After 9/11