Guidelines for flu shots updated
The University has obtained flu vaccine in sufficient quantity to administer
to faculty and staff who are at greatest risk from serious complications from
influenza disease, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Reich: Technology, globalization at
heart of income gap
“Most of the time we tend to think about jobs as a matter of domestic
policy. What has President Bush done? What is Sen. Kerry proposing?” former
U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich said as he began his Distinguished Public
Policy Lecture, sponsored by the Institute for Policy Research.
Upcoming Lectures; Ryan, Habermas, NBC’s Bazell will give talks
Zakaria calls for greater U.S. engagement
When Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International, delivered the 15th
annual Leopold Lecture last week, he began by zeroing in on the election and
U.S. foreign policy. The talk, presented to a packed Harris Hall auditorium,
occurred before Tuesday’s election, a contest he acknowledged to be among
the most important in American history.
Mainstage Theatre; ‘Much Ado About Nothing’
“Much Ado About Nothing,” one of Shakespeare’s liveliest
comedies, will launch Northwestern University’s 2004-05 Mainstage Theatre
season. It also is the centerpiece of a three-day Shakespeare symposium.
Concerts deliver world music
Northwestern audiences will feel as though they traveled the globe this November
during several world music concerts. One program will feature traditional music
from Zimbabwe and two concerts — one for adults and the other for children — will
focus on Afro-Cuban jazz. All three events will be held on the Evanston campus.
Northwestern people, events and things; The digest
University Circle announces scholarship
The University Circle, founded by women of the Northwestern community, has
established the University Circle Tuition Scholarship to assist Northwestern
women in furthering their career opportunities.