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Nobody’s child

Who looks out for immigrant children without parents or papers? Law School lecturer Maria Woltjen runs a program for kids who are alone.

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[PHOTO]Checkout time for the Co-Op
The Hyde Park Co-Op Market, a neighborhood institution, closes its doors after 75 years.

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[PHOTO]Civilization’s alter egos
Historian Bernard Wasserstein peels back the layers of 20th-century horror and humanity.

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[PHOTO] Peer Review
For Kim Kopp, MFA’92, time is the essence.
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[PHOTO] And the winning PowerPoint is?
Challenged to answer one of the College’s quirky essay questions while simultaneously following the GSB’s new requirement that its applicants submit a PowerPoint presentation, the Magazine’s readers, or at least the more techno-savvy, responded.
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