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Genome Speaker Series Kicks Off

Oliver Smithies, a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at UNC, discussed his work with mouse genes. The newly formed UNC Center for Genome Sciences launched its inaugural seminar series Tuesday afternoon with a squeak. Oliver Smithies, a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at the UNC School of Medicine, shared his research work -- the alteration of mouse genes to benefit humans -- with a packed audience at the Tate-Turner-Kuralt Building.

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CEO, Business School Celebrate Community

In the spirit of the Kenan-Flagler Business School's weeklong dedication to public service, the top official of a popular clothing manufacturer shared his company's commitment to community development Tuesday evening.Jeffrey Swartz, CEO and president of Timberland, spoke to about 200 people in Koury Auditorium as part of the business school's 2001 Dean's Speaker Series."This week our school is celebrating community," said Robert Sullivan, dean of the business school. "As part of our celebration, we are fortunate to have Jeffrey Swartz with us.

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Students, Faculty Defend Speaker Choice

One week after the announcement of ESPN sportscaster Stuart Scott as the May Commencement speaker, a small group of faculty have stepped forward in protest of the nontraditional choice.Several students, faculty members and Scott himself have countered this opinion, saying these concerns are misguided and should have been raised before the selection.Scott, a 1987 UNC graduate, will deliver the Commencement address May 20.

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CAA President Saga Ends With Chaney Win

After more than five weeks of campaigning and Board of Elections investigations, the race for Carolina Athletic Association president came to a close in the re-election Tuesday.Reid Chaney was declared the winner against Michael Songer after capturing 1,558 of the 2,994 votes cast, while Songer fell short with 1,366 votes."We're so excited," Chaney said.

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Singer, Dimmling Clinch Senior Class Offices

After four weeks of hard campaigning and many months of planning, the race for senior class president came to a close in the runoff elections held Tuesday.Ben Singer and Ursula Dimmling were declared the winners after grabbing 749 of the 1,248 votes cast, beating out Josh Baylin and Eugene Kim, who captured 499 votes.The results were announced by Board of Elections Chairman Jeremy Tuchmayer to a crowded room full of people anxious to hear the outcome.

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