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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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AIDS drug regimen used in developing world questioned

One of the AIDS drug regimens recommended by the World Health Organization and increasingly used in developing countries may have a significantly higher risk of failure and drug resistance in patients.

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Scholars view Mideast unrest through lens of Europe's past

The recent political uprisings across the Middle East share similarities with the unrest that rippled through Eastern Europe in the late 20th century. Scholars say studying these connections may lead to a better understanding of what comes next.

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Lectures, research examine sexuality, religion, cosmos

Through a combination of guest lectures, coursework and research, the "Religion and Gender Lecture Series" highlights how the study of gender and sexuality transforms the way scholars understand religious traditions, practices and beliefs.

Campus Announcements

  • Cardinal Care rates set for 2012-13: Vaden Health Center has announced the Cardinal Care student health insurance rates for the 2012-13 academic year. The cost of the annual plan will be $3,600, a 6.4 percent increase over the current year’s rate. Cardinal Care will continue to provide comprehensive coverage with enrollment on an annual basis. Additional information on the plan, as well as details on the Student Dependent Health Insurance Plan, are available on the Vaden website.
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OBAMA to nominate ARTHUR BIENENSTOCK to National Science Board . . .

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