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Article ID: 11001

Blues in the Bedroom Campaign

Spectrum Science Communications

Dr. Judy Kuriansky, psychologist and host of the popular nationally-syndicated radio show "LovePhones," has unveiled the BLUES IN THE BEDROOM campaign, a program to prompt frank discussion among patients and doctors about sexual problems and antidepressant therapies.

Released:
6-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

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Article ID: 10996

Passing of King Hussein

University of San Francisco

University of San Francisco professor can discuss change of leadership in Jordan after King Hussein's passing.

Released:
6-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Article ID: 10990

Symposium on the Future of the Liberal Arts College

Trinity College

A well-known philanthropist, a Nobel laureate and leading culture critics will be among the many scholars and other experts who will participate in a major symposium on the future of the liberal arts college to be hosted by Trinity College on Feb 22-23.

Released:
5-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

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Article ID: 10988

Philosophy Chair Wants to Change Reputation

Temple University

The new chair of Temple University's philosophy department, is trying to shed philosophy's crusty old image of elitism.

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5-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

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Article ID: 10987

Second Edition of African American Atlas

Temple University

A living document of the black experience in America, the second edition of The African-American Atlas: Black History and Culture traces critical periods in African American life with charts, maps, text and photographs in color and black-and-white.

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5-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

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Article ID: 10985

Anthropologist Studies Love

Johns Hopkins University

A Johns Hopkins University anthropologist is studying the nature of romantic love in various cultures and is teaching a course called "The Anthropology of Love." She is available as a source for Valentine's Day stories.

Released:
5-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

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Article ID: 10983

CD-ROM Developed to Reduce Classroom Cheating

Ball State University

A new CD-ROM produced by Ball State University is the long-awaited response to help alleviate the growing problem of cheating among college students.

Released:
5-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

Education

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Article ID: 10982

Y2K Solution Snarled In Catch-22

University of Kansas

The best solution to the Y2K problem is snarled in a web of human organizational behaviors, says Allan Hanson, cultural anthropologist at the University of Kansas. Hanson argues that the Y2K solution requires a maximum flow of information. Cooperation, not competition, is needed to find solutions for this complicated problem.

Released:
5-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

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Article ID: 10980

Vassar College Professional Theater Program

Vassar College

The Vassar College/New York Stage and Film Powerhouse Summer Theater Program for theater is accepting applications for the 1999 season.

Released:
5-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

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Article ID: 10978

Web Site Opens New Vistas for Blind Students

Purdue University

Blind students throughout the country now have access to inexpensive instructional tactile materials thanks to a new Purdue University Web site. TAEVIS Online is an electronic library containing more than 2,500 tactile diagrams from college-level course material such as graphs, chemical structures and biological drawings

Released:
5-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

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