Michigan Today (Vol. 33 No. 03 )
Scientific medicine examines the alternativeAmy Ai (image)Scientists at the Institute for Social Research are refining what survey statistics really mean: They've got your number (+/- the margin of error)Groves (image)Traugott (image)Rothman (image)Singer (image)Schwarz (image)U-M responds to terrorists' assaultsMany units hold panel discussionsVigil on the Diag (image)Bollinger leaving U-M for Columbia presidencyBollinger, Jean Magnano Bollinger (image)Alumni Association to report on U-M casualtiesScholarship fund memorializes sonStudent experience enriched by: Trip through UROPStimpson, Lee, Buckley (image)Fishman, Warren (image)Shevoroshkin, Kamhol (image)Discrimination is a larger obstacle to overcome than any disabilityMcCune (image)Arfa (image)Paul (image)Warber, Bolling (image)Kaufmann (image)Gillespie (image)Benn (image)A B-School book series of the 'best available' ideas for families, mom-and-pop enterprises, managers, CEOs or global strategists: Under economic pressure? Check out 'Pressing ProblemsBob Quinn (image)George Olson (image)Uncle Charlie's SpeechUncle Charlie (image)Maude Robinson Johnson (image)Charles Johnson, George Johnson, Herbert Johnson, Cornell Johnson, Willis Johnson (image)John Rich '48, a pioneer in TV's golden age tells - Why the tube is such a turnoffJohn Rich (image)Shot on the Spanish goalTracey Fuchs (image)
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