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November 25, 2003


Tennessee State University will receive $500,000 from the federal government to help build a life science building. The money is included in the Energy and Water Appropriations Bill that Congress approved Tuesday, Nov. 18. The building will feature two amphitheatre-style lecture halls, five classrooms, 10 laboratory classrooms and 15 research labs. (The Tennessean, 11/20/03)
November 25, 2003


Tennessee State University will receive $500,000 from the federal government to help build a life science building. The money is included in the Energy and Water Appropriations Bill that Congress approved Tuesday, Nov. 18. The building will feature two amphitheatre-style lecture halls, five classrooms, 10 laboratory classrooms and 15 research labs. (The Tennessean, 11/20/03)

Tennessee has produced two Rhodes Scholars this year: Michael Lamb, a political science major at Rhodes College, Memphis, and Robin Rotman, a geology major at The University of the South, Sewanee. The Rhodes Scholarship Trust is the most prestigious award a college senior can earn for post-graduate study. Lamb and Rotman will study for two to three years at Oxford University. (The Tennessean, 11/25/03)