Weekly Bulletin
May 22, 2000
Vol. 89, No. 28
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Page one news and features
Art from gender viewpoint
Hydrogen: was lost, is found
Proposal may improve hazardous waste cleanup
Shapiro honored for leadership on ethical issues

Faculty to advise on Wythes recommendations
Professors instruct Teachers as Scholars
Students are advised to "Flee youthful lusts"
100 Treasures from the Collections of the PU Library
Alumni Learning

Physics major wins Churchill Scholarship
Faculty become emeriti

Nassau Notes


Nassau Notes



Traditional kickline highlights the student musical revue The Blair Arch Project at McCarter Theatre at 8:00 pm on May 26 and 27. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Just for Princeton
This poster created from a Princeton song book is part of an exhibit entitled "Just for Princeton." Honoring the classes of 1940, 1950, 1960, 1975 and 1980, the exhibit will be on display in the Weiss Lounge through June 30 at Seeley Mudd Manuscript Library.


Silver queen
     This silver tetradrachm of Queen Philistis, wife of Hieron II, king of Syracuse (Sicily) from 269 to 216 BCE is part of the exhibit "Greek Coins: Salton Gift" on display in the Lobby of Firestone Library through September 25.


Memorial service
     A memorial service for Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus James Ward Smith, who died on September 26, will be held at 11:00 am on May 26 in the University Chapel.

Roads close for Reunions, graduation
     The main campus will be closed to all vehicles except those with Reunions passes from 8:00 am, May 25 through 8:00 am, May 28.
     On May 30 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm the campus will be closed to all vehicles.
     For information call 258-3157.

Reunions information
     All inquiries about Reunions activities should be directed to the Alumni Council at 258-1845.

Memorial Day
     University offices and facilities will be closed May 29.

PPL holds open house
     The Plasma Physics Lab will hold an open house from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on June 3.
     There will be hands-on science demonstrations; energy and plasma-related exhibits; and tours of the lab and the newest experimental fusion device, the National Spherical Torus Experiment.

Building Services suspends moving
     All departments are asked to curtail requests for moving services through June 9. This is Building Services' busiest time of the year because of Reunions and Commencement. Every effort will be made to accommodate anyone who feels that a particular moving request requires emergency service.

Library requests all reserve orders
     Reserve requests for the fall semester are due in the Reserve Department of Firestone Library by August 1, to ensure that they will be filled by the start of classes. Faculty are reminded that book orders require additional processing timeoften two monthsand should be turned in as soon as possible.
     Any new requests can be submitted using the Online Reserve Request Service or the pink request forms.
Call 258-3224 or for more information.