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New Rotary Club of University City

The provisional Rotary Club of University City, will have its first meeting at noon on Monday, April 22, at the Palladium/Gold Standard. Working people with discretionary time from any occupation are welcome.

Rotary International is a worldwide civic organization with more than 29,000 clubs in 167 countries. Rotary is a great place to meet interesting people, hear wonderful programs at weekly meetings, and get involved to offer a helping hand to those less fortunate in both local and international communities. Business and professional people from all walks of life are invited to the first meeting of a new Rotary Club.

The meetings will be held at the Gold Standard, in the private room downstairs, Mondays at noon, beginning on April 22. The cost is $17 for an excellent lunch, top quality speaker, and good fellowship among dedicated professionals

RSVP: . Please state how many luncheon places you would like reserved.

--Frank Hoffman, Visiting Scholar, SAS

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 27, March 26, 2002


March 26, 2002
Volume 48 Number 27

Five innovators and luminaries will receive honorary degrees at Commencement.
Total undergraduate charges for tuition, fees, room and board will increase 4.6 percent for the coming year.
The Senate Committee on the Faculty reports on the Gender Equity Report published December 4, 2001.

INS Restrictions on automatic visa revalidation could affect international scholars at Penn.

This year's Antiques Show will benefit Penn's Institute for Environmental Medicine.