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Lucas Wilson Appointed Director of Academic Development

Mary Renda Discusses Aristide and the Haitian Crisis

Susan Shirk ’67 to Speak on North Korea

MHC Senior Creates Forum to Examine White Privilege

April 21 Symposium in Honor of Mary Campbell’s Retirement

Free Tickets Available for Oliver Mtukudzi and Black Spirits Show

Bowie Announces Braun’s Appointment


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April 9, 2004


In Memoriam: Judith (Judy) A. Forest, administrative assistant to the director of facilities management, died March 12, at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. A lifelong resident of South Hadley, she had worked at the College for the past 18 years. She is survived by her husband of 35 years, James G. Forest; two daughters, Deborah A. LaBarre, assistant to the vice president for development, and Jennifer L. Roux; three sisters and a brother; four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Contributions in Judy’s memory can be made to the American Cancer Society, 31 Capital Drive, West Springfield, Massachusetts 01089.

Fox News Professor John Fox will discuss his new, short book for the 2004 campaigns, 10 Tax Questions the Candidates Don’t Want You to Ask, at the Odyssey Bookshop Tuesday, April 13, at 7 pm. Fox’s 10 Tax Questions promises to empower ordinary voters to think about crucial tax issues as they may never have done before. Fox contends that one can uncover a candidate’s basic values by asking where he or she stands on tough tax questions. Fox’s questions—on housing, consumption, health care, child care, retirement, higher education, single taxpayers, Social Security, and Medicare—will create some discomfort for most candidates, and, Fox hopes, help move them in the direction of a fairer, more sensible tax system. More information about the book is available at

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