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2005
"How did cancer cross the color line?" asked Keith Wailoo, PhD, professor of history at Rutgers University, at an Honors Colloquium on April 25, 2005 at NJIT. Co-sponsored by the NJIT/Rutgers Federated Department of History and the Rutgers/NJIT History Club, Wailoo's lecture explored the relationship of disease and the biomedical sciences in 20th-century American culture to questions of race, health politics, and group identity. "Every cancer tells its own story," he said. >>
Keith Wailoo, PhD, professor of history at Rutgers University, will speak on the topic “How Cancer Crossed the Color Line: Race and Disease in 20th-Century America” on April 25, 2005, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m in Weston Hall, Lecture Room 1, New Jersey School of Architecture. Co-sponsored by the NJIT/Rutgers Federated Department of History and the Rutgers/NJIT History Club, the lecture is free and open to the public. >>
The NJIT women's tennis team, ranked ninth regionally, earned an 8-1 victory over visiting Pace University on Saturday night at the Tenafly Racquet Club. The top five singles players for NJIT (6-2) were all double winners: Fatima Kasem, Chiori Koike, Deepti Sanjai, Rebecca Solorzano and Grace Bogdan. >>