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FW: 3/31/2000 Daily Report from The Chronicle of Higher Education
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* A BIOLOGY PROFESSOR accused of teaching creationism at
Central Oregon Community College isn't likely to be doing so
next year. Administrators have recommended against renewing
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* THE IMAGE ARCHIVE on the American Eugenics Movement
illuminates a dark chapter of American scientific history --
a time when an obsession with heredity and social cleanliness
led to racial discrimination and forced sterilizations.
THE "BLACK JUDAS": William Hannibal Thomas, a notorious white
supremacist 100 years ago, was influential because he was black,
and that makes him worth studying today, writes John David
Smith, a professor of history at North Carolina State University.
SHORT SUBJECTS: Hudson Valley Community College's student
newspaper runs into trouble over ad for strippers; University of
Rochester enrolls 6-year-old prodigy; publishers hold math
contest with a million-dollar prize; Morgan State University
accused of stopping newspaper's presses; University of
California employee racks up frequent-flier miles.
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