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Vilai and Prakas Yenbamroong, the mother-and-son team who have owned and operated Talesai, the Art of Thai Cuisine, on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood for the last 23 years, are bringing their skills to the Campus Center’s Marketplace cafe, beginning Sept. 7.

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Kevin Heaslip, a doctoral student in Civil Engineering was recently named by the Quixote Corporation as a finalist in the 2005 Phillip E. Rollhaus, Jr. Student Essay Competition.

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Jazz great Billy Taylor will travel to Amherst from his home in New York City to participate in “A Billy Taylor Celebration,” a concert of music by and dedicated to him on Thursday, Sept. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Bowker Auditorium.

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Four longtime professors have been selected to present the 2005-06 Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series. All lectures are at 4 p.m. in the Massachusetts Room of the Mullins Center, and are free and open to the public.

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As students return this fall, the campus will be sporting some $40 million in new construction projects and improvements.

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The largest first-year class in campus history, about 4,400 undergraduate students, will arrive on campus this weekend.

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Students returning to the campus begin moving in Sept. 4, start classes on Sept. 7, and will be greeted with a full array of First Week activities.

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The mood was upbeat Sept. 1 as civic, business and academic leaders marked the beginning of a new academic year at the annual Community Breakfast co-hosted by the campus and the Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce.

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A new professional doctorate in Audiology was approved Aug. 24 by the Board of Trustees at its meeting in Boston.

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Sonia Alvarez, a leading scholar of women’s movements in Latin America, has been named the Leonard J. Horwitz Professor of Latin American Politics and Studies. The appointment was approved Aug. 24 by the Board of Trustees, which was meeting in Boston.

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