From today's UK papers

October 10, 2001

The Guardian

Many of those involved in modern social policy will tonight pay tribute to Richard Titmuss, Britain's first professor of social administration.

The Times 

The first beneficiaries of the £144 million scholarship scheme at Cambridge University founded by Microsoft head Bill Gates share more than 50 nationalities.

A study from the University of California has shown that university students increased their reasoning power after listening to Mozart's Sonata for Two Pianos .

More than 1 million books are being pulped every month because publishers are commissioning thousands of titles that no one wants to read, it was claimed yesterday.

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