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"Free Spirits," a new documentary about an area commune directed by Bruce Geisler, lecturer in the Communication Department, has been booked into two area theaters.

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Patty Freedson, professor in the Department of Kinesiology (formerly Exercise Science), has been elected vice president of the American College of Sports Medicine.

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Pierre A. Rouzier, a family physician and sports medicine practitioner with University Health Services (UHS), has been named a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).

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Elaine M. (Gagnon) Budrewicz, 74, of Longmeadow, a retired clerk II in Admissions, died May 8 at Redstone Rehabilitation Center in East Longmeadow.

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Four faculty members and an area educator received Distinguished Academic Outreach Awards on May 8 for their efforts in the areas of research, teaching and community education.

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When Astronomy professor William M. Irvine was recently granted a Scottish coat-of-arms, the result was heavenly.

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Ethan Katsh, professor of Legal Studies and director of the Center for Information Technology and Dispute Resolution,was the keynote speaker at the 4th U.N. Forum on Online Dispute Resolution held March 22-23 in Cairo, Egypt.

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David Schmidt, assistant professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, is working with a Madison, Conn. company to increase the energy efficiency of refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

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Anthony Crayton, 56, of Boston, former director of the Office of Third World Affairs, died April 21 of liver failure.

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James Smethurst, associate professor of Afro-American Studies, won this year''s James A. Rawley Prize from the Organization of American Historians for his book, "The Black Arts Movement: Literary Nationalism in the 1960s and 1970s."

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