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Starting Over in the Gulf

katrina_thumb.jpg So far only 40 percent of the people who fled New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina have returned. For them, and for others in Louisiana and Mississippi, rebuilding homes may be the easy part. Much harder is the struggle to rebuild their lives. [Cover Story]

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Mr. Faulkner Comes to Class
mjfaulk1_thumb.jpgWilliam Faulkner cultivated a public image as a hard-drinking Southern gentleman impatient with intellectual discussion. But the Faulkner who visited students reading one of his greatest books forty years ago was a more thoughtful and complicated man. [Features]
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The Ultimate Sport
mjfris2_thumb.jpgThey are superbly conditioned athletes who sleep on floors, pay their own expenses, and practice far from campus. They believe in games played with honor, not referees. They are national champions, coached by one of the best in the world. So why have you never heard of them? [Features]
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The Mother of All Proms
mjac1_thumb.jpgIt’s in Racine, Wisconsin, and here’s why. [Arts]
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Jew-venilia
mjac2b_thumb.jpgSean Altman and Rob Tannenbaum take Jewish comedy way beyond Mel Brooks. [Arts]
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What We Eat
mjac3b_thumb.jpgAnna Lappé is changing the world, one forkful at a time. [Arts]
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Double Vision
mjac4a_thumb.jpgInsights into mental illness from a poet with schizophrenia and her psychiatrist twin sister. [Arts]
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Intrusions
mjac5_thumb.jpgKirstin Allio’s unforgettable first novel begins with a corpse and continues through the unraveling of a town. [Arts]
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The Book Business
mje1_thumb.jpgAdministrators reject a proposal to let Barnes & Noble run the bookstore. [Elms]
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It Takes a Woman
mje2_thumb.jpgA former first lady and current senator talks about leadership and change. [Elms]
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Keeping the Faith
mje3_thumb.jpgBrown’s new Muslim chaplain wants to explore our differences. [Elms]
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The Morning-After Plan
mje9_thumb.jpgA student life committee aims to tame campus parties. [Elms]
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It’s Not the Economy, Stupid
mje4a_thumb.jpgColumnist David Brooks argues that culture matters more than money in determining class. [Elms]
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The (Computer) Revolution to Come
mje5_thumb.jpgThe inventor of Mac’s operating system talks about the past and future of computing. [Elms]
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Back to Chicago
mje6_thumb.jpgThe provost gets a promotion. [Elms]
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Old Before Their Time
ajcl4_thumb.jpgLeslie Gordon 91 ScM, '98 MD urgently researches a rare and fatal genetic condition that afflicts children - including her own son. [Brief Profile]
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Reviving a Dinosaur
ajcl3_thumb.jpgRichard Wiese '81: Exploring today is about looking deep, not far. [Brief Profile]
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Critic or Thief?
ajcl5a_thumb.jpgEric Doeringer '96: Can a copy of a contemporary painting itself be art? [Brief Profile]
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Comeback Kids
Mary Seid '06 ends a career marked by early injuries and late triumphs. [Sports]
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Replay
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