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January / February 2000
Timekeeper to the World
Richard Ormond '61 may be the first man on earth to step into the new millennium. He's already helped change how some of us view the last one.
There's something about Morey
Failure in Kosovo
The World According to Glass
Why do 900,000 people drop everything once a week to tune in to a radio show called This American Life? Ira Glass '82, that's why.
High technology and the moral life.
A River Runs Through It
Roy told a President's Lecture audience she would "rather be loved by a river than a nation state."
The Race-Report Card
Graduation rates for blacks and whites.
Malina Brown '01 and Providence Mayor Buddy Cianci discuss media and celebrity on Brown's new BTV talk show, Point Taken.
The Shoo-In Provost
A campus veteran gets a new promotion and a load of controversy.
The curse of 867-5309.
Iceland's president on why his country matters.
David Mamet spares no one.
Since Last Time
Try this at Home
Walking off the holidays.
George Soros on the global economy.
The Big Push
Are early admissions getting out of hand?
Behind Every Bench
A (very) short history of women and the Supreme Court.
A U.S. deputy secretary of state visits campus.
Alumni, Call Home
Alumni relations vice president Lisa J. Raiola '84
Carrying the Mail
The BAM 100
Here & Now
On This Bus