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Summer 2005 Features
Swinging for the fences

Passageway to Ancient Egypt by Blair Dedrick
Mere feet from the most celebrated Egyptian tomb-discovery of all time, a U of M archaeology team is making an international name of its own.

Acting most peculiar

One for the ages by Eric Smith
The U of M football team’s historic win over the University of Tennessee, the Tigers’ first in 16 tries, is still fresh on the minds of fans 10 years later.

The Chinese appointment

Inventing minds by John Draper
From miracle drugs to the NFL, U of M faculty, friends and alumni
are leaving their mark with crafty inventions.

Law in order Homecoming by Eric Smith
In an exclusive interview with The University of Memphis Magazine, alumnus Roy Hallums recounts his harrowing tale of being held hostage in Iraq for nearly a year.
In the Valley of the Kings | Summer 2006 Cover
Vol. 27 No. 3
Cover art: A view of the Viscera Coffin of King Tutankhamun, discovered by Howard Carter in 1922. Earlier this year a University of Memphis archaeology team unearthed more treasures of Ancient Egypt when they found another tomb in the Valley of the Kings, mere feet from Tutankhamun's. Read more.
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