December 1992

Feature

Know Your Place

Article

Minding Our Business

Feature

Cure1 For The Common Cold2 Proven3 At Dartmouth4!

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Feature

Know Your Place

To get the other Ivy schools to reinstate their banished geography departments, what we need is a good war.

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Article

Minding Our Business

The complexity of corporate decision-making today compels us to examine the moral reasoning behind it.

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Feature

Cure1 For The Common Cold2 Proven3 At Dartmouth4!

1 Well, not exactly a cure, but closer than anything else that's been invented. 2 Of course, there's more than one common cold, but the treatment seems to work on the most common common- cold varieties. 3 Scientists hate that word, and so does the Food and Drug Administration. But would you be reading this article if the title had "Successful Trials Conducted" in it? Who do you think we are, the New England Journal of Medicine? 4 Yes, actually on campus. We'll stand by that word.

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Article

Divers Notes & Observations

ONCE AGAIN, UNLESS YOU have recently taken up speleology as a profession, you must have seen the news of the magnificent gifts to the College by John W. Berry '44, by his son George '66, by the Loren M.

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Class Notes

1978

"I love this planet," declared Admiral James Stockdale in the vice presidential debate. As it turns out, many '78s do too.

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Article

A Word to The Able

"Far from an official institutional statement, it was a personal, even idiosyncratic letter."

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Class Notes

1983

The holidays are here! The snow dusts the ground in Chicago! The wind howls. And so does my new daughter Alexandra, who arrived in a hurry courtesy of my wife, Andrea, and the stork on October 9. I am a very proud Papa these

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Class Notes

1992

If you never win contests, don't give up yet. There is always hope. A great example is Yoo Jin Kim, the recent fourth-place finisher Jin a Boston Au Bon Pain's "Guess the Weight of Our Pumpkin" contest. I haven't been

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Class Notes

1974

"Ail infield fly is a fair fly ball (not including a line drive or an attempted bunt) which can be caught by an infielder with ordinary effort, when first and second, or first, second, and third bases are occupied, before

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Class Notes

1959

Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year. My December column has been turned over to the very inspirational Howard Greene. As my gift to you, his letter is printed in its entirety—I know you'll enjoy it. The

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