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Debate Watch '96 The following committees, which make up USD's Presidential Debate Task Force, will oversee planning _and staging of the October debate: Operations Committee Jack Cannon, chair Kate Callen Student Program Committee Greg Zackowski, chair Members to be named

University Ministry Events Penance Service, 5 p.m., April 1, in Founders Chapel. Passover Seder, 6 to 9 p.m., April 2, in UC Forum AB. Reservations are required. Call ext. 4735 for more infor- mation. Bible Study, 12:10 to 12:50 p.m., every Wednesday, in UC104. Catholic Worker Soup Kitchen, 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., every Monday and Tuesday. Sign up in UC238. Classifieds Wanted to rent: R.S.C.J. sisters need a 4 to 5 bed- room home in the San Diego area available in June or July. Contact Sister Pat Schaffer at ext. 4034. For sale: Spalding women's 21 ", 18-speed multi-track bicycle. Includes gel seat, water bottle rack. Like new, no scratches or rust. $130 or best offer. Call Cindy at ext. 4675. For sale: large, hard plastic pet carrier. $30 or best offer. Call Cindy at ext. 4675. Wanted to buy: Printer for 386 PC. Willing to pay $100. Call Ryan at ext. 8763. Michael Haskins Trisha Ratledge Production and Design: Judy Williamson Photography: Ken Jacques Jill Wagner Alcala View is published monthly (except January) by the publications and human resources offices. The newsletter is distributed to all USO employees. [0396/1200) Alcala View Vol. 12, Issue 7 Editor: Jill Wagner Contributing Editors:

John Forbes Don Johnson Roger Manion

Special Events Committee Esther La Porta, chair Members to be named Community, Government and Civic Committee Maria Martinez-Cosio, chair Members to be named

Maria Martinez-Cosio Antoine Marcais David McCluskey Rudy Spano

UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO Greg Zackowski 1 9 9 6 Academic Committee

Del Dickson, co-chair David Sullivan, co-chair Members to be named


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high school students and the media. Information currently available through the site includes staff and student directories, course schedules, program descriptions, a calendar of events and alumni association news. The USO site can be found at Hinman's site can be accessed directly at /-hinman. Editor's note: This is the first in an occa- sional series highlighting Web sites designed by faculty and staff. If you have created a site you think should be featured, contact Jill Wagner at ext . 4684 . Walk For Someone You Love Join the SEA and support the March of Dimes Walk America on Saturday, April 27. For more information, contact Sandy Archambo at ext. 4523 .

information, the text of articles and class syllabi are a few of the resources gathered in Hinman's Ethics Update. "Building a Web site is as much about the psychology of organizing information as it is about providing the information," he says. "I hope to provide an anchor for all the philos- ophy resources out there." The professor says he spends two to three hours a day adding to and fine-tuning the site. He is brimming with ideas to enhance the pages and make them useful for all types of philosophers. Meanwhile, several other groups and individuals on campus are updating USD's homepage, adding department pages and working toward creating a site useful to employees, students, alumni, college-bound t {J:J) University of 8an Die8o

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