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The University takes a comprehensive, proactive approach to curb binge drinking among students.

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Biology professor Samuel J. McNaughton finds inspiration in Africa for his pioneering grasslands ecosystem research.

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SU is well-prepared for the millennium bug, thanks to foresight and good old-fashioned timing.

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Former Manny's owner Lillian Slutzker hopes a gift to the University will help international students feel at home.

O N   T H E   C O V E R: Wildebeest struggle to cross a river during their annual migration through the Serengeti National Park in Africa.

COVER PHOTO BY NICHOLAS GEORGIADIS G'87

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