staff, students continue 40-year tradition of service
clinic may not occupy a high-profile location, but that in no way
detracts from the range and quality of the care it offers to its
campus and commmunity clients.[more]
worth noting from contemporary and historic sources
we cannot practice any other virtue with consistency.
We can't be kind, true,
merciful, generous, or honest."
Maya Angelou, 1928-
expert to offer blueprint for defeating terrorism
Col. Edward V. Badolato, USMC (Ret.)
"Taking the Terror out of Terrorism," the inaugural lecture
Edward V. Badolato Distinguished
Speaker Series on Homeland Security
Monday, November 15, at 6 p.m.
Minnegan Room at Johnny Unitas© Stadium
Admission is free,
but seating is limited. To R.S.V.P., call x43200.
Recent Media Highlights
Martha Joynt Kumar, Department
of Political Science, appeared with CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Mike
Allen, White House correspondent forThe Washington Post,
for a conversation about presidential second terms. Toward the end
of the segment, Blitzer mentioned TU in connection with having known
Kumar while he was assigned to the White House.
to the editor
Sun, November 7
Provost James F. Brennan
took issue with a line in a letter from a University of Baltimore
professor who supposed UMCP and TU hallways to be "virtually
empty" in the evenings.
Brennan pointed out that
both schools schedule classes "from early morning till the
last science labs let out at 10 p.m.," adding that USM campuses
must all be concerned about burgeoning enrollment and the creative
use of space it demands, not about "whose real estate it is."
by 2000, TV plays it safe
John McKerron, Department
of Mass Communication and Communicaton Studies, was among the media
experts consulted by Newsday writers James T. Madore and
Verne Gay for a story about television networks' "better safe
than sorry " approach to Election Day predictions. "Most
of them seemed to have learned the lesson of 2000," said McKerron.
"They are being appropriately cautious about making calls."