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New Graduate Student Convocation set Wednesday

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Latino students networking program meets Tuesday

Fall Student Activities Night set Monday

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UD Library Associates exhibition now on view

Childhood cancer symposium registrations due Sept. 5

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Child care provider training courses slated

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All fans invited to Aug. 30 UD vs. Maryland tailgate, game

'U.S. Space Vehicles' exhibit on display at library

Families of all students will reunite on campus Sept. 26-28

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Talk on Winston Churchill Oct. 13 at Arsht Hall

1:12 p.m., Oct. 4, 2006--Historian Raymond Callahan, UD professor emeritus, will talk on the topic of “Why We Remember Winston Churchill” at 1 p.m., Friday, Oct. 13, in 105 Arsht Hall on UD's Wilmington campus, 2700 Pennsylvania Ave. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Callahan, an expert on Churchill and military history, taught history at UD and helped develop UD's Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program. He is the author of Churchill: Retreat from Empire.

The lecture is sponsored by UD's Academy of Lifelong Learning, a membership organization for adults 50 and older to exchange ideas, take classes, teach and travel in the company of other retirement-age individuals. The academy's members also are its students, planners, instructors, committee members and facilitators.

For more information, call (302) 573-4417.

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