March 4, 1997
Volume 43 No. 24

In This Issue

SEC Resolution on Benefits Proposals; Response from Redesign Chairs
Agenda for March 5 Council
COUNCIL: Last Call for Nominations to Committees
Provost's Conference
HONORS: Dr. Bajczy, Dr. Scherer, and three in publishing
Research Facilities Funds
On the Cover: International House
Deaths: Dr. Duckett of Urology, Fencing's Maestro Csiszar, and TEP's Mr. Jackson
Gathering for Dr. Kleinzeller
CHAMPS Volunteers
OF RECORD: Student Conduct
Research Foundation: Fall Awards & Spring Applications
COMPASS Features
-- Old England, New Sexual Politics
-- An Alum's Moving Documentary
-- Stanley Cup: Oldsters in Charge
-- Eli Anderson at the AFT, on Economic Change and Alienation
-- On the Shelf
-- Midnight Snack Attack
Retirement Fund Performance
Spring Break Safety & Lighting
Project SAVE
Recreation Spring Break Hours
Benchmarks: Eyewitness Poetry (Vinnie Curren)

SEC at Presstime:
Call for Moratorium on Benefits Changes

The Senate Executive Committee has released a statement which "strongly and unanimously objects to the proposed benefits redesign" and calls for a moratorium on changes until faculty can discuss them fully. The resolution, taken at a special meeting Friday, February 28, is in this issue, along with a response from the co-chairs of the Benefits Advisory Commmittee, Associate Provost Dr. Barbara Lowery and HR Vice President Clint Davidson.

I-House: The Season of Film and Festival...see On The Cover.

South Philly teenager Lisa
(above) is one of the
Girls Like Us
filmed by
Jane C. Wagner and
Tina DiFeliciantonio;
it is screened March 6-7
at I-House.

The Wizard of Oz, one of four films
in the Classic Academy Awards series at
I-House, will be shown March 15.

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