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March 11, 2003

Class clown   With hundreds of costumes, props and skits, UF business professor Robert Emerson takes a theatrical approach to teaching students about law. Story

[Photo: Tristan Maher]

Spreading the gospel, with a spin
Dianne Hughes' radio show soothes souls, lifts spirits and praises God. And her listeners do the same for her.

Friends in high places
Sami Al-Arian isn't the only prominent Muslim leader who posed for chummy pictures with President Bush. Many conservative Republicans are uneasy at the way GOP power broker Grover Norquist curries support from the Muslim community.

MOTOR VEHICLE accidents are the No. 1 killer of children 1 to 14, and more than half those deaths result from not using a car seat or seat belt, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

A pause that refreshes caregivers
A Florida group hoping to become a respite-care clearinghouse for stressed caregivers supports legislation.

Losing flab, not focus
Keep your quest for better health from stalling by avoiding these five workout mistakes.

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