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Highlights: SHU meets energy crisis through new measures --Carol Wymelenberg Ney has been named associate director of continuing education --The new Life-Work Experience Program allows academic credit and advanced standing for either previous life or work experience --William T. Gnewuch, associate professor of biology, outlines use of marine biology equipment to senior students aboard the Scrimshaw --Governor Thomas J. Meskill officially sanctioned the Fourth Annual Appalachia Drive of Sigma Tau Omega Fraternity --Basketball Team Enters Division I; Wins First Five Season Contests.



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