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Sept. 19 , 2003
Vol. 28, No. 3

State health rates jump again
Open enrollment starts next month
Collage Concert to ring in Open House festivities
Party on the prairie
Convocation highlights achievements, focuses on future
Provost emphasizes tuition enhancement programs
Survey results help tailor proposal
Coke awards Native American scholarships
American Pride

Professors hit the road for Faculty Speakers Bureau
July employees honored
‘Big Brother’ gives time, money to United Way
Brown v. Board program debuts

Governor to present leadership lecture

AIDS crisis discussed in minicourse

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American pride


Participants listen to dignitaries during a naturalization ceremony at the Dole Institue of Politics on Sept. 11. Almost 150 people from 59 nations became American citizens as part of the Institute’s “Day of Reflection” marking the second anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. In addition, the public was invited to view the institute’s memorial to those lost in the attacks — two encased 10-foot steel columns retrieved from the World Trade Center that are displayed under a 29-foot-tall stained-glass American flag. Attendees also signed a book of remembrance that former Sen. Bob Dole will send to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the people of New York. R. Steve Dick/University Relations

 

A color guard presents the American flag during “Day of Reflection” at the Dole Institute of Politics. In addition, the public was invited to view the institute’s memorial to those lost in the Sept. 11 attacks — two encased 10-foot steel columns retrieved from the World Trade Center. Attendees also signed a book of remembrance that former Sen. Bob Dole will send to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the people of New York.

R. Steve Dick/University Relations

 

 

   
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