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Daily Debriefing

(05/25/06 9:00am)

The "Just $6" campaign was launched recently in Concord, N.H., by a group called Americans for Campaign Reform. The group, founded by New Hampshire Democrat John Rauh, has one goal: to publicly fund federal elections and diminish the clout of special interest groups and lobbyists. The idea behind the campaign is that if Americans contribute just six dollars to the candidate of their choice, they can raise $1.8 billion in public funds to contribute to that candidate and thus take out the machinery of campaign funding and political pay-backs.

Daily Debriefing

(05/22/06 9:00am)

John D. Morris Tu'85, an apparel retail research veteran, has joined Wachovia as managing director and senior analyst in the company's Equity Research Group in New York. Morris, who received an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, has twice been named "Best on the Street" in the Wall Street Journal's annual analyst survey. Starting his career at Credit Suisse First Boston, Morris went on to work at Morgan Stanley, Prudential Securities and Harris Nesbitt before finally signing on with Wachovia, Wachovia operates in 49 states and serves clients through more than 40 international offices.

Chamberlain '41 dies at 85 years

(03/03/06 11:00am)

Chamberlain, an emeritus professor of physics at the University of California, Berkeley, shared the 1959 Nobel Prize for Physics with fellow researcher Emilio Segre for discovering the antiproton, the mysterious counterpart to the positively charged proton. Chamberlain's discovery fueled the development of the complicated field of experimental particle physics, which remains at the forefront of theoretical science.

Alumni approve substantial amendment

(02/13/06 11:00am)

Substantial changes to the governance of the Association of Alumni were approved Sunday by a gathering of several hundred alumni in Spaulding Auditorium. By a vote of 198-32, alumni approved a constitutional amendment that permits all-media voting and lowers the threshold from three-quarters to two-thirds for changes to the Association's constitution. While an overwhelming majority voted for the amendment, a vocal minority spoke strongly against the amendment and Sunday's proceedings.

'You Got Served' group pops into Spaulding tonight

(01/25/05 11:00am)

Has this cold weather got you down? Then it is time to take a break to see BREAK, one of America's top breakdancing teams. BREAK specializes in breakdancing, locking, popping, power tumbling, spinning, flips and other visually stunning moves, all of which they'll put on display when they perform in Spaulding Auditorium Tuesday night.