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COVER: The University's Graduate School of Business has spent it's first century as a leader in business education




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December 1997 VOLUME 90, NUMBER 2

Table of Contents


Gale force
D. Gale Johnson has long since made his mark in the world of academe-and in the world. At 81, the agricultural economist remains the authority on how national economic policies affect international trade.





Frames of mind
Shooting the City Gray in black and white, photographer Eugene Zakusilo offers a broader way of seeing the campus.



A centennial report
As the Graduate School of Business turns 100, the study of business has a new focus: learning the tools and theories of global economics.



  • Editor's Notes
  • Letters
    Vintage issues and community values. Plus: the bloom is off Bloom.
  • Chicago Journal
    Chicago nets Nobel #69; East meets West at the Hospitals; Hillel welcomes Rabbi Rosenberg.
  • Investigations
    Philosopher Martha Nussbaum looks at liberal education; Cinderella takes the cake; a coffee conundrum is solved.
  • Class News
    Graduating class news and featured alumni profiles
  • Deaths
  • Books by Alumni
  • In the Clubs
  • Chicagophile
    As part of the Humanities Open House this fall, Jessica Abel, AB'91, viewed Shakespeare in the dark.

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