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Stories for May 12, 2003

First Gladstein Human Rights Chair Named

Social Work School Celebrates 30 Years Of Latino Studies

UConn Co-op Launches Book Donation Program

Shuttle Bus Routes Set To Change In Fall

University Policies Posted To New Website For Easy Reference

Many Substances Can Be Biological Weapons, Says Biodefense Expert

Natural History Museum To Hold Biodiversity Count In New London Park

Class of '03 Next weekend, May 17 & 18, nearly 3,400 undergraduates will receive their degrees, marking theend of one chapter of their lives and the start of a new one. EAch has a story to tell. During their time at the University, many have overcome obstacles, accomplished their goals, explored unanticipated opportunities, and developed new dreams. Here, a selection of high-achieving graduating students look back on their years at UConn.

Aspiring Medical Student Drawn To Health Care Politics

Future Teacher Turned On To History By Special Project

Range Of Opportunities At UConn Enabled Honors Scholar To Shape Her Own Education

Journalism Major Explores Policy Interests In Her Writing

Friendships Take Business Student To Places Near And Far

Medical School Graduate Hopes To Treat Young And Old

Dental School Graduate Still Draws Inspiration From Mentor

GPS Helps Class Identify Locations Of Hydrants, Phones, And More

Grad Student To Intern At D.C. Holocaust Museum

Frog Genes May Be Key To Curbing Rhododendron Root Rot