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Six candles representing binary digits stand atop the little dome on Feb. 29 to commemorate Random Hall’s 40th birthday.
EDITOR IN CHIEF
March 4, 2008
Robert M. Wells ’08 died Saturday morning after a five-story fall from the Delta Upsilon fraternity house. His death, which has been characterized as accidental by friends and family, is under investigation. Wells was 22.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
March 4, 2008
If the candles on the dome didn’t make it obvious: Random Hall is officially over-the-hill.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
March 4, 2008
East is East and West is West, and the difference between them is starting to turn up even on brain scanners.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
March 4, 2008
Prof. Jeremy D. Popkin returned to his office at the University of Kentucky on Feb. 19 after teaching a lesson about Vichy France in his course on the Holocaust. During its 30 years on the curriculum, the class has grown perpetually popular, with 60 applicants vying for half as many seats. The university has even created a Judaic Studies program.



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