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Stories for Jan. 12, 2000

To Search Fallen Buildings With a Single Hound

Caught in the Middle

Charitable Campaign Update

There's a Sea Change in the Making at Human Resources

Prehistoric Party at LHS Features Life-Size Robotic Dinosaurs

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Top Story: To Search Fallen Buildings With a Single Hound
HOME Team Canine Training

Tom Klatt, manager of the Office of Emergency Preparedness, plays with Marco Polo during a Saturday morning training of the K-9 Search and Rescue unit. Professor Robert Goldman and trainer Nicky Osypka, Marco's owner, look on. Peg Skorpinski photo

Kristin Luker arrived at the Saturday morning search and rescue training with a friend, two small children and her three-year old golden retriever, Misha.

"Dog handler in the morning, mommy in the afternoon, scholar in the evening," said the sociology and Jurisprudence and Social Policy prof, borrowing loosely from Karl Marx to sum up her existence. (continues)


January 12 - 18, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 17)
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