Stories for April 19, 2004

First Slate Of Courses Approved For New Gen Ed System

University Announces New Policy On Environment

Recreation Facilities To Be Open Extra Hours During Summer, Weekends

Primary Care Specialist Honored By American Medical Association

Education, Business Fare Well In U.S. News Grad School Rankings

Trustees Seek Nominations For Future Honorary Degrees

Skill, Compassion, Optimism Characterize New Cancer Surgeon

Marketing Professor Studies Economic Value Of Hospital Volunteers

History Of Printed Word Explored In New Graduate Course

Thorsons' Children's Book Springboard For Science Curriculum

Birdman, Former Fine Arts Dean, Dies

University Libraries Thriving After Decade Of Change