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November 2004 News Release Archives
* AU administrators, professors serve on Riley's Black Belt Commission
* AU College of Human Sciences film series to benefit 'War on Hunger' campaign
* Winning pays through merchandise that funds scholarships
* AU researcher: Lack of family 'safety net' factor among homeless
* Ask Alabama poll: Alabamians optimistic about state's progress
* AU diabetes study to use swine as research models
* AU professor awarded $3 million for heart studies
* AU sororities raise $30,000 for Spann Scholarship Endowment
* AU's Jule Collins Smith Museum wins publication design award
* AU's Alabama Prison Arts & Education Project recevies grants
* Annual 'Burn the Bulldogs' parade set for Friday
* AU fall choral concert set for Sunday, Nov. 14
* 'Ask Alabama' poll: Majority of citizens concerned about state revenue shortfalls would support increase in sin taxes
* Wireless innovator to discuss seamless wireless on AU campus
* AU art department sets open house for 3-D arts building
* Survey says most Alabamians want state to manage budget without cuts to key services, personnel
* Bellah named director of Southeastern Raptor Center
* Discussion of vaccine safety opens AU autism conference
* AU faculty available as election wrap-up sources
* AU minority-student recruiter honored at national conference
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