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March 30, 2000

University Senate race features 2 experienced presidential candidates

It's a safe bet that the next University Senate president will be (for the fourth consecutive year) a Graduate School of Public Health professor. But will it be incumbent Nathan Hershey, who has presided over the Senate for the last two years? Or his predecessor, Gordon MacLeod?

In the following columns, the candidates outline their views on the state of the University and issues facing the Senate. University Senate election ballots, which will include candidates for Faculty Assembly as well as the three Senate officer positions, will be mailed to faculty early next month. The deadline for returning completed ballots to the Senate office, 1234 Cathedral of Learning, will be April 21.

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