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Debate resurfaces for grad groups

(01/17/07 5:00am)

Soon after one plan for graduate-student government drew heavy debate, a new plan is bringing the issue back to the forefront. At a Graduate and Professional Student Assembly general-body meeting last night, Graduate Student Associations Council representative Roger Turner - a fourth-year School of Arts and Sciences graduate student - presented a proposal for graduate-student-government reform.

Group to crack down on bribing of doctors

(01/09/07 5:00am)

Doctors may need to find another source of funding for their golfing trips. The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations - a Swiss-based organization that represents international pharmaceutical companies - enacted a new code last week that will help officials monitor drug representatives who, for years, have often offered elaborate gifts in an attempt to influence physicians' drug purchases.

Prof: Republicans hobbled by past mistakes

(10/30/06 5:00am)

Facing the possibility of losing control of Congress in a few weeks, Republicans are haunted by their mistakes and scandals over the past few years, two political experts say. Political discourse was in full swing Friday evening as about 40 students, alumni and community members gathered at a roundtable discussion entitled "Democracy in Action: A Look at the 2006 Mid-Term Election" in Fisher-Bennett Hall.