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volume three, issue ten

December, 1997

While the big December holidays may be distracting, take the opportunity to acknowledge the less famous, though equally meaningful, holidays this month. In "Thisday," you'll find resources for celebrating AIDS Awareness Day, Pearl Harbor Day, and Human Rights Day.

The Spotlight features an investigation of "Water in The City." Hydrogen dioxide is the most precious natural resource for citizens. The quality of the water supply can mean the success or failure of a city.

Continuing the theme of exercising your senses, ME's Minutes this month offer ideas for investigating taste. It's tongues-on fun.

The "BioPoint" students are finished with their cell presentations, and have published the results. Take a look.


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