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Friday, August 1, 2003

The HUC-UC Ethics Center's June 4th program, "Ethics in Business: Capitalism and Sin", will be broadcast by Media Bridges local access cable at the following dates and times.

Naomi Lewin of WGUC moderated this discussion by New York Times columnist Randy Cohen ("The Ethicist") and Cincinnati Opera artistic director Nicholas Muni. The symposium refers to Kurt Weill's opera The Seven Deadly Sins. The event was made possible through the generous sponsorship of the William A. Friedlander Ethics Lecture Fellowship.

Channel 4 
Tuesday, August 5th 4:00 PM Cincinnati 
Wednesday, August 13th 3:30 PM 
Thursday, August 28th 10:00 AM 
Friday, August 22nd 9:00 PM 
Friday, August 29th 10:00 AM

Channel 24 
Monday, August 18th 7:00 PM Cincinnati suburbs

For more information, please contact Diana Trapp at (513) 221-1875, ext. 367 or

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