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- Behavior has a learning curve
- Forget Sweden
- Lettuce logic
- Know thy self-interest
- Mirrored attitudes
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- Question about the questions
- Cultural encounters
- Dispatch from the pro-warzone
- Cataloging offenses
- Why help the competition?
- The beauty of days gone by
- Chaplain's resignation
- Author's query
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Editor's Notes
A corollary to Parkinson’s Law: Campus events expand in inverse proportion to one’s free time.
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image:  President Don M.  Randel From the President
Don M. Randel finds poetry in the active practice of telling the truth.
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Illustrator Mark McMahon takes in the GSB Hyde Park Center’s Rothman Winter Garden.
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image:  bird from letters Letters
Readers share their views on behavioral economics, the government’s role in financing higher education, and the cyber catalog of alumni books.
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