- Newsmaker: Afghan Refugees Stranded off Australian Coast - Some 460 refugees, most of them from Afghanistan, languish on a Norwegian freighter docked at Australia's Christmas Island. Lina Fransson, of Norway's Dagbladet, reports that diplomats, half a world away, are meeting to determine the fate of the asylum seekers.
- Reporter's Notebook: Frat Segregation at the University of Alabama - Frats and sororities at the University of Alabama have remained racially segregated despite laws banning such discrimination. Now a move is afoot to affect real change. We get a preview of the proposed changes from Sybil Todd, UA's vice-president for student affairs, and Brian Oliver, president of its Interfraternity Council.
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