Newslinks for week of 8.27.07

August 28th, 2007

Damien Hirst‘s Friend Antony Genn to Play Fashion Week [NYMag]
Banksy Speaks Up in Rare Interview to Shepard Fairey [Swindle]
How Larry Gagosian Got to the Top… And Stays There [Economist]
The Risks They Take for Shepard Fairey‘s Street Art [ArtInfo]
Overseas Collectors Propping Art Market [NYSun]
Financial Markets Question Gallery & Auction Fall Season [NYTimes]
Will the New New Museum Attract New Galleries Below Houston? [NYMag]
Marlborough Chelsea‘s New Chelsea Space to Open October [NYSun]
‘Clothespin Dress’ Artist Annie Morris Profiled [Vanity Fair]
Free Artwork by Turner Prize Winner Jeremy Deller [Platform For Art]

US Fed News Service, Including US State News October 28, 2011 WATERBURY, Conn., Oct. 27 — The University of Connecticut issued the following news release:

Those who have not yet opted-in to the new system are being urged to do so.

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According to UITS, the University has “ownership” of the data, ensuring that the privacy of students will be protected and that Google will not be able to conduct “data mining” on student accounts. Ads also will not appear.

Any student who runs into a problem while opting-in or using the new system should contact the UITS Help Desk at 860-486-4357 or Students can also contact HuskyTech at 860-486-4087 or For any query with respect to this article or any other content requirement, please contact Editor at