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Name: Mary Ann Rodriguez.

Position: Assistant in the Department of Religion. Assisting Professor Cornel West and the administrative staff with administrative duties.

Quote: "It's a fascinating and busy job -- I get to speak with many interesting people from all around the world and lots of media. Professor West is one of the most gracious and appreciative human beings I've ever met. It's an honor and a pleasure to work with him. I really like working here -- it's a very warm and dedicated department. We are a great team."

Other interests: Rodriguez returned to the workforce last fall after staying home for 11 years to raise her three daughters, ages 8, 10 and 12. She enjoys spending time with her husband and children, home decorating and design, and listening to music.


Staff obituaries

Current employees

March: Charlotte Richick, 59 (1978-2003, physics).

February: Rosemarie DiDonato, 70 (2000-2003, dining services).

Retired employees

March: John Gill, 87 (1960-1980, machine shop); Ronald Walton, 67 (1981-2000, building services).

February: Frederica Oldach, 91 (1953-1977, library).

January: Frank Beane, 67 (1983-1997, Plasma Physics Laboratory); Eloise Harvey, 95 (1960-1973, library); William Mather, 92 (1945-1976, health services); David Morse, 73 (1964-1992, physical planning).

 
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April 7, 2003
Vol. 92, No. 22
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Contents

Page one
National leader named dean of admission
Rapelye looks forward to representing Princeton
Materials institute successfully competes for research funding

Inside
Hargraves was internationally known for his broad geological perspective
Emergency resources added to Web
Q&A: Are Americans for or against war? It all depends on how you ask the question
John Bahcall wins $1 million Dan David Prize
High-tech town takes over Frist

People
Spotlight, obituaries
Briefs

Sections
Calendar of events
Nassau Notes
By the numbers:


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