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Hannah Abelow

The Setonian

Capetonians follow U.S. race closely, offer support for Obama

CAPE TOWN, South Africa - "Michelle Obama ate lunch next door," bragged a shopkeeper selling an odd assortment of antiques and vintage knick-knacks in the gentrifying Cape Town neighborhood of Woodstock. "They had Secret Service here, in my shop! Can you believe it? And snipers in that building across ...

The Setonian

Plurality of students apathetic toward Paxson selection

About 42 percent of students expressed satisfaction with the choice of Christina Paxson as the 19th president of the University in a poll conducted by The Herald last month, though the majority of respondents, about 54 percent, said they had no opinion or were not familiar enough to answer the question. ...

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University News

Experts clash on euro crisis

Renowned academics, businessmen, journalists and politicians from around the world gathered on campus yesterday to exchange ideas, concerns and analyses of the euro crisis in a conference entitled "The Failure of the Euro? Causes and Consequences for Europe and Beyond." Co-sponsored by the Watson Institute ...

University News

New furniture adds class to Ratty dining

Students returning to the Sharpe Refectory after spring break were pleasantly surprised to find that one of two alcoves had been redesigned, complete with a new color scheme, furniture and layout. "The previous seating in the alcove had been in need of replacement for some time," wrote Peter Rossi, ...

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University News

In digital age, libraries seek to adapt

As the University continues to embrace the digital age, libraries have undergone a dramatic transformation in order to keep up with students' needs and preference "The landscape has changed," said Edwin Quist, associate University librarian for research and outreach services. Though he said he did not ...

Men's Basketball

M. basketball coach's contract will not be renewed

Following losses last weekend to Penn and Princeton that concluded a disappointing season for the men's basketball team, Director of Athletics Michael Goldberger announced Monday that Head Coach Jesse Agel's contract will not be renewed when it expires in June. Associate Head Coach T.J. Sorrentine will ...

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University News

Q&A with Ray LaHood

Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood spoke about his 35 years in public service and his time in Obama's cabinet in Salomon 101 yesterday. After the talk, he sat down with The Herald.

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