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March 19, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 13

Opportunities for Chinese study bring former carpenter to KU
Audus
named dean

Obesity program shrinks people, expands in state
KU highlights university impact during Capitol event
KU architecture professor wins award for international work
Employees of the month honored
Washington internships prepare for work, life
History Lesson
‘World Music’ returns

At the top of the hill
Political strategist Carville to lecture
Hover Hawk

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Hover Hawk

Teresa MacDonald, director of education at the Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center, tests a homemade hovercraft in front of Dyche Hall on Wednesday. Visitors can delve into “Superhero Science” at the Natural History Museum with demonstrations, experiments and art activities during spring break, March 22 through 27. The week’s activities will teach about levitation and flight, super strength, invisibility, telepathy, super vision and more. The activities will be available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily in the museum’s galleries and classrooms. For more information call 864-4450. R. Steve Dick/University Relations

   
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