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Patricia M. (O''Hara) Moriarty, 70, of Hadley, a retired clerk II in Electrical and Computer Engineering, died Oct. 6 at home.

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"Sea Cruise," a sabbatical exhibition of seven paintings by Art professor Jerry Kearns, will be on view Oct. 10 to Nov. 10 at the Herter Gallery.

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Ruth Edwina (Larned) Allen, 98, of Amherst, a retired cook in the Dining Commons and alumna, died Oct. 1 at the Buckley Health Care Center.

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Anthony Tuck, an expert in Etruscan, Greek and Roman archaeology, joined the Classics Department this semester as an assistant professor.

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A package of books and CD-ROMs about developing aural skills, written by Music professor Gary S. Karpinski, was published in August by W.W. Norton.

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Rex Wallace, professor and chair of the Department of Classics, has received a $10,000 grant to continue work on an online database of Etruscan inscriptions recovered from current archaeological excavations.

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Malvika “Molly” Mookerjee, 22, a senior Communications Disorders major from Newton, died Sept. 30 at Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton.

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Frances J. (Merry) Chickering, 77, of Greenfield and Winter Haven, Fla., a former clerical staffer, died Sept. 29 at home from lung cancer.

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Anna Nagurney, professor of Operations Management, and Harvard University computer scientist David Parkes are hosting an exploratory seminar on "Dynamic Networks: Behavior, Optimization, and Design" to be held Oct. 20-21 at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

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Clara (Toczydlowski) Shea, 81, of Hatfield, retired assistant cook in the Whitmore Snack Bar, died Sept. 27 morning at home.

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