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May / June 2000
Carrying the Mail
Can you see beyond what makes you different? [In Class]
Tradition and Change
Here and Now
Sorry, No Relation
The Life and Death of Rick Schomp
Scientists now better understand depression and suicide better than ever. Will it make a difference?
A Modest Proposal
What Brown can learn from the service academies, and what they can learn from Brown.
Engineering is Barrett Hazeltine's second career. He's so good at his first -- teaching -- that each year nearly one of every ten undergraduates takes his course.
Will Joanna Zieger '92 compete for the United States at this year's first-ever Olympic triathlon?
Wasted No More
A new use for surplus medical supplies.
This New House
Habitat for Humanity comes to campus.
Picking the next president.
The Living End
Assuring quality end-of-life care.
The Justice Factor
A campus fight triggers questions about race and judgment.
Since Last Time
Another science building takes shape – on the drawing board.
Managing to Care
Doctors line up to treat the uninsured.
A Carberry primer.
Are journals pricing themselves out of libraries?
Just the DNA, Ma'am
Undoing wrongful convictions.
Getting Out the Vote
Views from the left and right.
Freeing up the Net
Are you ready for Internet?
The BDH and the Undergraduate Council of Students part ways.