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    SPRING 2008 VOL. VI, No. 3
 
Inside the Gate
  Views from Campus
Peter Dorman, AUBís 15th president
Presidents of AUB
The Green Issue
  • Saving the Cedars: The Tannourine Project
    In 1996 an urgent campaign was launched to save the Tannourine cedars from a mysterious blight that was devastating Lebanonís national treasure. Today it looks as if the evil beast has been beaten.

  • Itís War on the Environment
    The full environmental impact of the July 2006 war is not yet known. The effects of the damage are still unfolding.

  • IGESP: Finding Solutions for the Earthís Problems
    With green awareness on the rise, graduates of the Interfaculty Graduate Environmental Sciences Program (IGESP) are tackling environmental issues from the ground on up.

  • Is AUB Green?
    A breakdown of what the University is doing to meet the challenges of global warming, energy conservation, waste management, and recycling in its own backyard.
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Presidents of AUB
New Center for Civic Engagement and Community Service
Coming to Your Own Back Yard: Seeds of Hope
Three Words...
 
Nostalgia and Hope: Greater Washington Chapter Exhibition
Randa Khalil: Platinum Green LEED in British Columbia
Remembering Iliya Harik (BA '56, MA '58)
Hostler Green Initiatives
Between Bahrain and AUB
     
 
Winter 2008 Vol. VI, No. 2
Fall 2007 Vol VI, No. 1
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Alumni Profile
Maingate Connections
Alumni Happenings
Class Notes
AUB Reflections
In Memoriam
 
Credits
From the Editors
Letters to the Editors