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Table of Contents
    Criser addresses graduating class
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Weyrauch speaks at naturalization ceremony
        Page 3
    Inside the Law School
        Page 4
    Student paper database under development
        Page 5
    Web site offers legal, historical data on territorial Florida
        Page 6
    Law calendar
        Page 6
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University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 29 June 10, 2002

Criser Addresses Graduating Class
Already 1 lth in the nation in number of alumni
(see page 2), the Levin College of Law's 15,532
graduates were joined by 245 more after spring
commencement May 18 at the Stephen C. O'Connell
Center. The event was coordinated by Student Affairs.
Marshall M. Criser (J.D. '51) a former UF and
Florida Bar president spoke to graduates on the
importance of professionalism, competence and service.
Criser was named a Distinguished UF Alumnus in
1980, and awarded the E.T. York Higher Education
Award in 1982. He spent 30 years as an attorney in the Scott andJill 'Class Gift'
Sausser
Palm Beach law firm of Gunster Yoakley Criser & (above) The tradition of the
Stewart and is now UF Board of Trustees chair. who met and "class gift" has returned,
A brunch reception at Bruton-Geer Hall for married while thanks to a gift from the
graduates, families/friends, alumni and faculty fol- in law school December 2001 graduating
lowed, with attendees estimated at more than 1,200. shared class and leadership of
their joy at
Reception organizer Debbie Kelley said, "There graduation eight members of the spring
was an incredible turnout. People told us they thought with their 2002 class Samantha
the event was a huge success and commented on the son, Douglas. Schosberg (right,
'wonderful food' presenting a $13,530 check
from Celebrations to Dean Jon Mills during
Catering and the commencement), Dawn
festive atmosphere. Henrichon, Mack
JMBA provided a Bernard, Ana Garcia,
cake and a jazz Natalie Jackson, Allyson
duet, which helped Enfinger, Theo Kypreos
make it a great and George Moraitis Jr.
party." Larry Marin (left), Julie Siefkas now serving on the
UF Trustee President Marshall Criser and Kendra Hinton were among Alumni Council.
spoke on the need for "good" lawyers. those graduating May 18. ass gft
Mills said the class gift
is a wonderful gesture of
professionalism. "An
important part of being a
member of any profession
is giving back to support
and improve the institution
that prepared you and
others who will follow."

v, UNIVERSITY OF
Participation of families like those of Caroline St. Louis (left) and Kristy Armada (right) was an important FLO RIDA
part of the day, and helped swell the crowd at the Brunch Reception to well over 1,200. Photos by ScottReus Levin College of Law


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ABA Ranks UF in
Alumni, Student
Populations Resume Writing Workshop gration law as well as children's issues and
An American Bar The Career Services team will hold a impact litigation. Projects range from preparing
Association annual Resume Writing Workshop Friday, June 21, 1-2 youth for trials in Teen Court to filing appeals on
survey of all accredited p.m., 297 Holland Hall. Everyone is invited to behalf of prisoners for post-conviction relief. For
law schools ranks the bring resumes for review and polishing. more information, stop by the Center for Career
UF College of Law Services and sign up for a small group meeting.
1 lth in size of its alum- Pro Bono Project
ni population and 12th The Pro Bono Project enables students to Spring 2002 Entrants
in student population. gain practical work experience, build their Spring 2002 entering students who missed
Law Alumni resumes and network with attorneys while their Career Services small group meeting
(Living) addressing legal needs of the under-served. should stop by the center and sign up for a
Volunteer opportunities expose students to new day and time.
1. Harvard 28,484 .
1. Hrvrd 28,4 diverse areas of practice such as administra-
2. Georgetown 20,236 .
3. George Waingon tive, criminal, environmental, family and immi-
3. George Washington -
18,867
4. Michigan 18,773 Law Supports Habitat
5. Boston University for Humanity Project
17,282 Judge/Adjunct Professor William
6. Brooklyn College of Wagner is working with law faculty to
Law 16,127 create an independent study or seminar
7. Suffolk University to enable students to participate in real
16,026 estate closings for Alachua Habitat for
8. Miami 16,000 Humanity houses.
Mercer- 16,000 "To whom much is given, must is
10. Fordham 15,854 expected. This would be a great way
11. UF 15,532 for law students to not only gain expe-
rience in real estate closings, but to
Students give back to the community," said
1. NYU -2,042 Wagner. Trial Team Honored at Bar Lunch
2. Harvard 1,899 Habitat for Members of the UF Trial Team and local attorneys
3. George Washington Humanity was who coached them on their way to one of the most suc-

4. Sufk 1,471 lawyer to 4 luncheon of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association.
4. Suffos l.- 1,471
5. Fordham 1,413 focus on the Dean Jon Mills (second from right) was featured speaker.
6. Texas 1,400 need for housing With help from advisor Carl Schwait (right) and
7. Brooklyn 1,348 in America. Each coaches like Judge James P. Nilon (left), Rosa Dubos,
8. American 1,319 Habitat is a local cor- Denise Ferrero (J.D. '92), Brande Smith and Judge Phyllis
8. American- 1,319
9. Columbia 1,299 poration that builds houses for people Kotey, team members made the finals in all 2001-02
who have an income, but are unable to competitions entered. Of 400 teams competing at the
10. Loyola Marymount -
1,271 afford a house through traditional national level, only UF had units in two Final Fours -
1,271
means. Prospective owners put a speci- the prestigious American Bar Association and American
fied amount of hours in "sweat equity" Trial Lawyers competitions.
U1,269 in building houses for others before
they work on their own house. For

information: Scott Smylie, College of
Law Real Property Group
(ssmylie@ufl.edu).


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Dean Search
Weyrauch Speaks at Committee
Naturalization Ceremony Formed
By Jouralism Inter Amanda Groover Associate Dean/
Stephen C. O'Connell Chair/ Stephen C. O'Connell
Distinguished Professor Walter Professor Christopher
Weyrauch (left) spoke at a naturaliza- Slobogin and Center on
tion ceremony May 30 at the United Children and the Law
States Circuit Courthouse. Director/David H. Levin
Weyrauch told the new American Chair in Family Law
citizens about the advantages of being Barbara Bennett
naturalized citizens, relating his own story of getting his law education in Germany during the Nazi Woodhouse are co-chair-
regime and his subsequent journey to America to practice law in Florida. He told the new citizens ing the search for a new
these ideals of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness make America different, as "no other nation College of Law dean. Jon
has been founded on pronouncements of such sweeping power." Mills was named interim
"I wanted to be in the United States," he said. "It is a unique country because the Founding dean in 1999 and dean in
Fathers were building a nation around ideals." 2001. He has stated his
Present at the ceremony were members of the North Central Florida Regents Council, Altrusa intention to step down
International of Gainesville, League of Women Voters, Daughters of the American Revolution and after 2002-03.
Sons of the American Revolution. Also serving on the
On the UF College of Law faculty since 1957, Weyrauch is internationally known for his work search committee:
in foreign, family and Gypsy law. He is a member of the American Academy of Foreign Law, the Marybeth McDonald,
International Society on Family Law and the Law & Society Association. Weyrauch also holds a Chair of Law Center
faculty appointment at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. Association Board of
Trustees and Partner in
Virgil Hawkins Reception Opens Program McDonald & Rodgers,
3Levin Mabie and Levin
Nearly 20 students are participating in the annual Virgil Hawkins Ch air Berta Hernandez-
Summer Program at the College of Law. Named in honor of Virgil Truyol, Environmental
Darnell Hawkins attorney and civil rights pioneer the program and Land Use Law
offers students accepted for fall the opportunity to participate in unique and Land Use Law
learning experiences prior to starting law school. The intensive four-week Program Director
Professor Alyson
program is funded through the law
Flournoy; Marshall M.
school, and includes three "mini- Criser Eminent Scholar
courses" in substantive law areas, William Page; Director
legal research and writing, study
skills workshops and individual and An opening reception was of Legal Research &
small group tutorials. organized by CSRRR Writing and Appellate
Acting Director Desta Advocacy Program/Legal
The Center for the Study of Meghoo-Peddie (back). Skills Professor Henry
Race and Race Relations
Wihnyk; College of
(CSRRR) organized an Liberal Arts and Sciences
open reception for the Dean Emeritus/Professor
group May 20. of Chemistry Willard
"We hope these
Harrison; Vice Provost
students will form a bond so
/Professor of Criminology
of friendship and support (ex offiio) Charles
that will last through law 2 3 Frazier; and
,,. 2 3 Frazier; and
school and beyond," said
CSRRR Acting Director Dean Jon Mills (1), Assistant Dean for Admissions Michael Patrick (2) and student (ex officio)
Irving Cypen Professor Sharon Rush (3) were among law school administrators Dexter Smith.
Desta Meghoo-Peddie. and faculty attending Virgil Hawkins Summer Program festivities.

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Bowlers Benefit
Big Bros/Sisters
Five student and In The Spotlight Tensions and
two faculty teams Information as provided by faculty and staff and by regular Possibilities." She was invit-
bowled at Alley Katz searches ofnews media story reports. ed to publish her work in a forthcoming book to
recently to help raise Publications/Professional Activities be edited by Martha Fineman.
more than $30,000 for Professor Lars Noah's article, Clarence J. TeSelle Professor Marty
Big Brothers and Big "Informed Consent and the Elusive McMahon's book with Boris
Sisters of Gainesville. Dichotomy Between Standard and Bittker, Federal Income Taxation of
"The winning team Experimental Therapy" will be pub- Individuals, was cited in a recent
was the 7-10 Splits, with lished this fall in the American Supreme Court decision in United
604 overall, and the Journal ofLaw & Medicine. His arti- L. Noah States v. Craft in both majority and McMahon
highest individual scorer cle, "The Coming Pharmacogenomics dissenting opinions.
was student Dawn Revolution: Tailoring Drugs to Fit Center on Children and the Law
Henrichon's husband, Patients' Genetic Profiles" will be Director/David H. Levin Chair in
Steve, who bowled a published next spring in Jurimetrics. Family Law Barbara Bennett
whopping 150," said Professor Lars Noah and Assistant in Woodhouse and Assistant Professor
Associate Professor Law, Health Law and Policy Barbara B. Noah Sherrie Russell-Brown joined a Woodhouse
Danaya Wright, who A. Noah's casebook, Law, Medicine, and Medical four-person American Bar Association delegation
organized the benefit. Technology: Cases & Materials has been to the U.N. Special Session on Children in New
Players included: published by Foundation Press. York in May to participate in sessions addressing
* 7-10 Splits (604 team Professor Richard Hiers' article, children's health, education and welfare issues
score): Gregg Hutt, Lorie "Biblical Social Welfare Legislation: worldwide.
King, Will and Andrea Protected Classes and Provisions for Alumni Research Scholar/Professor
Link and Jack Mans.
SLink ad Jr M579a: Persons in Need" has been published Joseph Little and Dean Jon Mills
Dawn Levin Color (579):
Dawn and Steve in the Journal ofLaw & Religion. published essays in the current UF
Henrichon, Joe Launikitos, UF Research Foundation Professor Hiers Journal ofLaw & Public Policy's
Srinivas Dantuluri and Max Lyrissa Lidsky's article (written with symposium issue on "Beyond
Bernard. student Michael Pike), "Cybergossip Election 2000: Law & Policy in the Little
* Blond Bombshells (521): or Securities Fraud: Some First New Millennium." Mills and
Jennifer Jones, Kelly Amendment Guidance in Drawing the Chesterfield Smith Professors
Daoud, Shelbi Day, Meika
Albo, Shei aynd V ernia Line," was accepted for publication in Michael Gordon and Fletcher
Albericci and Veronica
Diaz. UC Davis' Business Law Journal, also Lidsky Baldwin, International Trade
* Bowling Bombshells (505): referenced at Bizlawjournal.com. The article Program Director Stephen Powell
Jennifer Marks, Robin previously was on wallstreetlawer.com. and Visiting Professor Buddy Mills
McKinney, Sarah McIlrath, Samuel T. Dell Research Scholar/ MacKay also are featured in the Florida Journal
Eliza Scott and Alissa Professor Winston Nagan recently of International Law, which reported proceedings
Resnick. published "Conflict Resolution and of the Second Annual Conference on Legal &
* Gutter Balls (481): Chris
,Gutter Balls (4 : Chris Democratic Transformation: Policy Issues in the Americas.
Slobogin, Sherrie Russell-
Brown, Nancy Dowd, Mae Confronting the Shameful Past Media Mentions
Clark and Joe Jackson. Prescribing a Humane Future," in the Nagan National Public Radio Professor Patricia
* Slip-and-Falls (481): Joe South African Law Journal. Dilley interviewed on problems regarding
Little, Rick Donnelly, Mark Assistant Professor Sherrie Russell- reporting and taxing of restaurant employee tips.
Fenster, Stu Cohn and Stan Brown's work in progress, "The ABC News Intellectual Property Program
Huguenin. 'Divide' Between the Human Rights Director/UF Research Foundation Professor
SHigh Rollers (444): Grace of Women and Children," was pre- Thomas Cotter on legal issues behind a
Casas, Diego Puig, Mark
Ruff, Sonja Munoz and sented at a Cornell University and Brown Tropicana patent controversy.
Ruff, Sonja Munoz and
Wayne Hanewicz. Baldy Center for Public Policy work- Newsday Associate Dean for Faculty
shop on "Feminism and Child Protection: Development/Stephen C. O'Connell Professor



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Christopher Slobogin's op-ed piece on mental The Washington Post Slobogin on right of Student Paper
illness and gun control was featured. criminal defendants to represent themselves. Database Under
Marketplace Radio Associate Professor CNN Moneyline Lidsky on possibility of the Development
Jonathan Cohen on court's use of apologies media being held liable for inciting its audience to Associate Dean for
and religious confessions. violence. Faculty Development/
Tampa Tribune Slobogin on constitutionality of South Florida Sun-Sentinel Lidsky on ethics of Stephen C. O'Connell
waiving a hung jury verdict. same firm representing both city and developer in Professor Christopher
Miami Herald Little on potential Florida land deals. Slobogin is working
Supreme Court ruling on land zoning issues in Florida Times-Union Levin Mabie & Levin with faculty to develop a
Dade County. Professor Berta Hernandez-Truyol on govern- database of top student
Tallahassee Democrat Visiting Assistant ment's right to impose controls on tenants of seminar papers for
Instructor Clifford Jones on necessity of voter public housing. access by faculty and
education with new voting equipment. (Also quot- Daytona Beach News-Journal Slobogin on practitioners. Professors
ed in statewide Associated Press wire story and financial effects of the FBI's reorganization. will be responsible for
Jacksonville Business Journal). SportsTalk Radio Mills interviewed on issue of paper selections.
Orlando Sentinel Slobogin on grand jury the Earnhardt autopsy photos and their availability "We would, of
indictments. to the news media. course, get student con-
Mid-Florida Radio Center for the Study of Race WFTV Assistant Professor Mark Fenster on sent before using a paper
and Race Relations Acting Director Desta racially restrictive covenants in Lake County for the database," said
Meghoo-Peddie on series of Alachua County subdivisions. Slobogin. "We also are
forums co-sponsored by the CSRRR. Explore Magazine (UF Research Magazine) looking nto d oping
St. Petersburg Times Mills on legal release of Baldwin on link between terrorism and money an award for th bst
an award for the best
autopsy photographs (also in statewide Associated laundering. studnt paprs."
student papers.
Press wire story). Professor Robert Moffat on
relationship between prosperity and rudeness
(also in the Alligator). Slobogin on defendants
waiving constitutional rights during a trial.
Gainesville Sun UF Task Force's recommenda-
tions about future of the law school outlined.
Alumnus and Florida Solicitor General Tom
Warner's speech to law students about terrorism
and the constitution discussed. Trial Team's win- Summer
ning season covered. Law student Gyula Szilagyi Publications
featured about his life as a blind student. Little onp B F w will
impact of higher court filing fees and on state law Prospectus 'Top Book' FlaLaw will be
requiring a person to give six months notice Assistant Dean for Admissions Michael published periodically
before suing a city government. Patrick (left), Communications Director Stan unt July 8, and resume
Independent Florida Alligator Task force Huguenin and Associate Director Debra regular weeky publica-
recommendations to lower enrollment and Amirin accepted UF's award for "Top Book" tion August 19.
increase tuition for the law school explained. recently at an awards banquet for the Golden The Coice io
Judge Phyllis Kotey and Nagan mentioned for Gators Public Relations Competition. Commucations is
receiving diversity awards from Black Law According to UF Associate VP for Public working on the August
Students Association. Relations Kerry Crooks, the law school is issue of UFLaw
WCJB TV 20 Irving Cypen Professor of Law the only UF unit to appear "in the winner's Magazine, so please
Sharon Rush interviewed about her book, Loving circle" each of all three years of the competi- keep us informed of
Across the Color Line. tion. The College of Law Prospectus and activities and events for
National Law Journal & Texas Lawyer Cotter Graduate Tax booklet are two-time first-place that publication.
on copyright case involving attorney's fee of $2.7 winners. Also receiving top awards have been Contact us with
million. FlaLaw, the Environmental & Land Use Law your news or sugges-
The Hill McMahon on U.S. Treasury booklet anda student recruitment brochue. tions at: flalaw@law.
Department policy. ufl.edu, 392.9586, 288
Holland Hall.


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Save money and Web Site Offers Legal, Historical Data on Territorial Florida
time through book
exchange and room- It may be difficult these days to imagine system and how selection of capitals and county
mate referral links on divorces taking place in Tallahassee's state seats was made," Clark said. "Previously, they
the college Web site: government buildings, but in early territorial would have had to go to a library at one of the
www.law.ufl.edu/ Florida before it became a state public state's universities to do this kind of research.
students/exchange divorce proceedings before the legislature were Now they can do it online from anywhere."
and www.law.l.edu/ commonplace. And although the early constitutions of some
and www. law. ufl. edu/
admis. This is one of many historical tidbits revealed states are online, Florida may be the first state to
admissions/housing. .
on the new Florida Historical Legal Documents have the full text of all of its territorial documents
shtml.
Web page, among the first of its kind in the coun- on the World Wide Web, Clark reports.
. try and put together by a team from the College of "Mae and other of our library per-
Law. sonnel did an outstanding job on this
Also available as
Also availe s "If you're interested in state laws very important program, which is
links are issues of and history, it's fascinating," says Mae another example of how our College of
FlaLaw (in full color) Clark, assistant director of technical Law serves all of the peoples of this
and other law school services for the law school's Legal state," said Legal information Center Taylor
materials. Click on Information Center and coordinator of Director/Professor Betty Taylor. "Future state
"Publications." the online catalogue of 1822-1845 Clark funding would allow Mae and her colleagues to
Florida laws and legislative proceed- extend information available into the 1900s."
ings included in the Florida Heritage Collection. According to Clark, the site is keyword-
Putting the documents online was a project searchable, "making it easy to do such things as
FlaLaw is published to Clark and her colleagues at the law library legal, historical and genealogical research."
help inform and coordi- launched in November 2000. They collected state
nate activities of the law documents from 1822 to 1845, had them trans- To access the Florida Historical Legal Documents
natchl cot es tye ferred to CD-ROM, and put the information Web page, go to the College of Law Web site:
school commuty onine this month http://www.law.ufl.edu/and click on "Library."
Stan Huguenin, Director "Many people want to know about early
of Communications. Florida law, establishment of the state, the court
Editor: Debra Amirin,
APR, Associate Director
of Communications.
Christine Williams,
Acting Publications Complete academic and event calendars are
Coordinator. on the Web at: http://www.law.ufl.edu/.
Elizabeth Stewart,
Program Assistant. June
Amanda Groover 20 Alumni Reunion, 6:30 p.m.,
and Marika Israel, Boca Raton Resort & Club
Editorial Assistants. 21 Resume Writing Workshop, 1-2 p.m.,
Bailey Courtroom
Deadline: 10 a.m.
July
Tuesday for the next 4 Independence Day, classes canceled
week's newsletter. 10 Summer classes end. Florida Board of Law Students to be UF Leaders
E-mail news to Examiners "180 day" registration deadline For t time ar, Us
ialaaw@law.ufl.edu, for Spring 2002 entering class. Last day toee e
or bring a disk withdraw from course by petition without most powerful student offices will be held by
(Pformal, tt failing grade. women. Two 2002-03 Honor Court
15 Reading/final exams period begins Chancellor Leslie Press (right) and UF Student
WordPerfect or Word, 19 Reading/final exam period ends Body President Nikki Fried are UF law
including author's name 25 Florida Board of Examiners "195 day" students. The third, Kimberly James, will
and contact information), registration deadline for Spring 2002
to Communications, 288 entering class serve as Student Senate President.
Holland Hall.


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FlaLaw University of Florida Levin College of Law Newsletter June 10, 2002

Save money and Web Site Offers Legal, Historical Data on Territorial Florida
time through book
exchange and room- It may be difficult these days to imagine system and how selection of capitals and county
mate referral links on divorces taking place in Tallahassee's state seats was made," Clark said. "Previously, they
the college Web site: government buildings, but in early territorial would have had to go to a library at one of the
www.law.ufl.edu/ Florida before it became a state public state's universities to do this kind of research.
students/exchange divorce proceedings before the legislature were Now they can do it online from anywhere."
and www.law.l.edu/ commonplace. And although the early constitutions of some
and www. law. ufl. edu/
admis. This is one of many historical tidbits revealed states are online, Florida may be the first state to
admissions/housing. .
on the new Florida Historical Legal Documents have the full text of all of its territorial documents
shtml.
Web page, among the first of its kind in the coun- on the World Wide Web, Clark reports.
. try and put together by a team from the College of "Mae and other of our library per-
Law. sonnel did an outstanding job on this
Also available as
Also availe s "If you're interested in state laws very important program, which is
links are issues of and history, it's fascinating," says Mae another example of how our College of
FlaLaw (in full color) Clark, assistant director of technical Law serves all of the peoples of this
and other law school services for the law school's Legal state," said Legal information Center Taylor
materials. Click on Information Center and coordinator of Director/Professor Betty Taylor. "Future state
"Publications." the online catalogue of 1822-1845 Clark funding would allow Mae and her colleagues to
Florida laws and legislative proceed- extend information available into the 1900s."
ings included in the Florida Heritage Collection. According to Clark, the site is keyword-
Putting the documents online was a project searchable, "making it easy to do such things as
FlaLaw is published to Clark and her colleagues at the law library legal, historical and genealogical research."
help inform and coordi- launched in November 2000. They collected state
nate activities of the law documents from 1822 to 1845, had them trans- To access the Florida Historical Legal Documents
natchl cot es tye ferred to CD-ROM, and put the information Web page, go to the College of Law Web site:
school commuty onine this month http://www.law.ufl.edu/and click on "Library."
Stan Huguenin, Director "Many people want to know about early
of Communications. Florida law, establishment of the state, the court
Editor: Debra Amirin,
APR, Associate Director
of Communications.
Christine Williams,
Acting Publications Complete academic and event calendars are
Coordinator. on the Web at: http://www.law.ufl.edu/.
Elizabeth Stewart,
Program Assistant. June
Amanda Groover 20 Alumni Reunion, 6:30 p.m.,
and Marika Israel, Boca Raton Resort & Club
Editorial Assistants. 21 Resume Writing Workshop, 1-2 p.m.,
Bailey Courtroom
Deadline: 10 a.m.
July
Tuesday for the next 4 Independence Day, classes canceled
week's newsletter. 10 Summer classes end. Florida Board of Law Students to be UF Leaders
E-mail news to Examiners "180 day" registration deadline For t time ar, Us
ialaaw@law.ufl.edu, for Spring 2002 entering class. Last day toee e
or bring a disk withdraw from course by petition without most powerful student offices will be held by
(Pformal, tt failing grade. women. Two 2002-03 Honor Court
15 Reading/final exams period begins Chancellor Leslie Press (right) and UF Student
WordPerfect or Word, 19 Reading/final exam period ends Body President Nikki Fried are UF law
including author's name 25 Florida Board of Examiners "195 day" students. The third, Kimberly James, will
and contact information), registration deadline for Spring 2002
to Communications, 288 entering class serve as Student Senate President.
Holland Hall.


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