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FEBRUARY 2003
Volume 95, Issue 3
 
 
   
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So many e-mails, so many attachments
Chances are you’ve gotten an e-mail from someone on a campus somewhere today. That’s not necessarily good news. As Frances (“Baby”) Houseman’s father manfully told Johnny Castle in Dirty Dancing, just before the movie and the summer ended and Baby went off to begin her freshman year at Mount Holyoke, “When I’m wrong, I say I’m wrong.” What I’m wrong about this time has to do with my own baby as she went off to college: my expectation (recorded in this space last August) that she’d no longer be a part of my daily life.
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Letters
"Now that the joke has been had..."
Simple praise for complexity
Simple truths?
Angeli suntne?
Reading too much into a puppet
From inane to dangerous
Memories are made of pix
Hey, that's me!
Hey, that's not J.D. Rockefeller!
Nostalgic details
Still-life controversy still rages
Learned response?
More on physicians and sleep
Smashing return
Greek allegiance
Department of corrections
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From the President
Greater than zero is what justice demands
When it comes to quotas, President Don M. Randel writes, we still have a long way to go before worrying that we have gone too far. The birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. this year coincided with President Bush’s declarations on affirmative action in higher education. What might King have thought about the president’s remarks, and what ought we to think about the matter? The president carefully criticized only the University of Michigan’s methods of achieving diversity and equally carefully left open the door to other methods without specifying what they might be. It remains a door through which we must stride purposefully.
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Chicagophile
Off Off Kilter
by Jessica Abel, AB'91
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