Last April, one of academia's most severe critics turned all of 30. It was the
twelfth consecutive birthday the Bombay native had spent away from his family in
India. But Dinesh D'Souza '83 hardly had the time or patience for the
By Timothy J. Burger '8812 min
DR. WHEELOCK'S JOURNAL
While off-campus banks proliferate, on-campus kegs take a dive.
By "E. Wheelock"7 min
COMPUTING AND THE RING OF INVISIBILITY
A philosopher explains why we shouldn't trust computers.
By Professor James Moor,Karen Endicott6 min
Reginald Colley '09 tried to find a disease that would kill a major forest pest. eighty years later, his experiment succeeded.
By Nancy Freiberg5 min
The Alumni Awards
Four outstanding alumni have received Alumni Awards in the past year. Their citations are adapted below. Also honored were two Distinguished Young Alumni who will be featured in September Class Notes.
ORIGINALS AND COPIES
"In a single ringing sentence, Justice Black reproached and redeemedhispast.
By James O. Freedman4 min
Greetings from Atlanta!
This month Anne Bagainery
sent me news from
Paris. She and her husband,
Alan Hoffman, have made
the move to Paris from Brussels.
It sounds like Anne is really enjoying the
museums and other sites.
By Catherine A. Cates3 min
Help me. I'm experiencing
Syndrome. 730 can't be
equal to two, can it? Of
course not. Nuh-uh. 730 is
distinctly more than two.
(Eat your heart out, Brian Davis, I did too
learn something in Math 18.
By Carrie Luft3 min
The ballots are in, and the
selection for entrepreneur
of the decade is G. Andrew Watson.
from Northwestern Law
School in 1983 and wasted
no time in chucking his chosen profession.
After two miserable