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June 3, 2004

In the News, 6/4/04

Tom Schaller, Political Science, In the News
Assistant Professor of Political Science Tom Schaller appeared on May 29 on "The Laura Flanders Show," which airs weekend evenings on Air America Radio. The topic of discussion for the show was the recent increase in gas prices and the political impact of higher gas prices.

Schaller also appears in the June 2004 issue of Baltimore magazine as the author of a profile of Ken Mehlman, a Pikesville native who is now manager for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign. The article is not available online.

Claudia Morrell, CWIT, in Tech Target
Claudia Morrell, director of CWIT, was quoted in an article on opportunities for women in information technology careers that appeared on May 26 in Tech Target.

Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery Photography Exhibit in The Sun
The current exhibit on display at the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery, "We Shall Overcome: Photographs from the American Civil Rights Era," was featured in The Sun on June 1.

Lou Cantori, Political Science, In the News
Professor of Political Science Lou Cantori discussed the current political situation in the Sudan on June 2 on the radio show, "The Breakfast Club," which is broadcast throughout the Caribbean from Jamaica's Hot 102 FM.

Cantori also was a guest in a discussion on the war in Iraq on May 25 that was broadcast on "AirTalk," a radio show produced by Los Angeles NPR affiliate KPCC.

President Hrabowski on WBFF Fox 45 News
President Hrabowski appeared on June 2 on WBFF Fox 45's nightly news. In the segment, he discusses the need for higher standards in public education, especially for minority students.

Endowment Honoring Professor Joseph Arnold Featured in Catonsville Times
On June 2, the Catonsville Times featured a story on the Albin O. Kuhn Library's new Joseph L. Arnold Endowment. The endowment, established in honor of the late Joseph L. Arnold, professor of history, will support a Maryland history collection, also named in memory of Professor Arnold.

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