December 3, 1996
Volume 43 Number 14

News in Brief: Three Suspects' Hearing Continued, Council Meeting, SpectaGuard
Search Committee for SAS Dean
Director of Benefits: Ms. Bader
Death of Coach Cissie Leary
Nursing Research Director: Dr. Medoff-Cooper
From the President: Charge to Affirmative Action Council
Penn's Way Celebration
Faculty/Staff Appreciation Details
Speaking Out: Penn's Urban Role
Speaking Out: Plea for Architectural Future
Invitation to a Lighting
Survey: Disease Prevention
Survey: Library Usage
SpectaGuard for Private Security
Women of Color Day Luncheon
Changes in FedEx Accounts
Council: Year-end Report: International Programs
Council: Year-end Report: Open Expression
Agenda and Format for Dec. 4

COMPASS Features
-- Gender Roles and Race in Colonial America
-- Rare Black Dolls
-- More Than Shakespeare's Words
-- The 40th Street Upgrade
-- Centennial Hoops Season
-- HR: Winter Vacation; Emergency Closings
-- Teachers Fail Using Technology

OEHS: Training
OEHS: Protocol for Use of Vaccinia Virus in Research
OEHS: Update: Identification of Bulk Liquid Chemical Waste
Transportation Services during Holidays
Dr. Cope is Missing
Update and deadlines
Talk About Teaching: Steve Winick on Where Does the TA Fit In?
Pullout: 21st Century Report on An Ivy League Greek System

As Penn takes on Lehigh Saturday
night at the Palestra, there are two
causes for celebration: It's the start
of the Centennial Season of Men's
Basketball here (see Compass story),
and it's a "make-up" event
for Faculty/Staff Appreciation Weekend.

Photo above: Jammin' in the Roaring Twenties:
the late Monty Chapman of Glens Falls, NY,
was Center for the 1927-28 Quakers.
Photo courtesy of Penn Sports Information.

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