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New Center Targets Epilepsy

Erin Dostal
April 9, 2007
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By Erin DostalThe Daily Northwestern Doctors at Northwestern Memorial Hospital hope to transform the hospital's three-month-old epilepsy center into one of the country's foremost programs for treating the disease.The Northwestern University Comprehensive Epilepsy Center brings together many of the hospi...

DM ’07 To Benefit Epilepsy Research

Allan Madrid
May 26, 2006
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Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy, a Chicago-based non-profit organization devoted to finding a cure for epilepsy, will be the primary beneficiary of Dance Marathon 2007, executive members announced Thursday. After sorting through more than 50 applications, DM chose CURE as a primary beneficia...

CURE and DM affect much more just than kids (Letter to the editor)

Kathy Dodd
January 30, 2008
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As a member of the organization CURE, Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy, the recipient of last years' Dance Marathon, I couldn't let Christopher Danzig's article criticizing DM go unchallenged ("Firing Squad," Jan. 29). Danzig takes issue with DM's choice of charities and their heavy support to...

Firing Squad: DM unrealistic (Forum)

Christopher Danzig
January 28, 2008
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Dance Marathon is not perfect. It doesn't deserve the sacred treatment many Northwestern students unequivocally give it.Raising $800 is not simple and easy. It takes a lot of time and envelope licking, not to mention well-financed relatives and family friends. I danced my freshman year and bled my c...

Trivia Night returns as Dance Marathon begins fundraising

Diana Samuels
October 2, 2007
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By Diana SamuelsThe Daily NorthwesternStudents huddled over their beers, whispering across the small round tables - where is the golden spike in Utah that marks the junction of the Transcontinental Railroad? And what ship is now a national World War II Memorial? The groups scribbled down answers on ...