June 1996

Cover Story

IS TENURE OUTDATED?

Feature

“Who the Hell is Lucifer?”

Article

Underground Reading

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Cover Story

IS TENURE OUTDATED?

IN AN AGE OF CORPORATE DOWNSIZING, A NATIONAL DEBATE IS GROWING OVER WHETHER PROFESSORS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED EMPLOYEES OR PARTNERS.

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Feature

“Who the Hell is Lucifer?”

Paradise Lost was the true cross-cultural experience.

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Article

Underground Reading

Long Shielded by the Iron Curtain, once-forbidden books bring darkness to light.

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Article

Office Hours

Dartmouth requires them, however vaguely. Many, many schools do not.

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Feature

Noble Boots

Paul McLaughlin was shot to death in the cause of nobility. But in life, he could speak of the cause lightly.

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Article

The First Four-Minute Mile and the Last Coverup?

Divers Notes and Observations

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Class Notes

1983

Melissa Payson has left Portland, where she was living, to be a field officer in Bosnia. A field officer for the International Rescue Committee, that is. She drives around that unfortunate, war-torn nation dispensing

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Class Notes

1947

A few tidbits of news have drifted in. Bob Bach, renowned Traveler to all points of the globe, has put on another club seminar, this one for the D Club of Suburban N.J. Featured speaker was Prof. John Rassias,

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Class Notes

1985

FREEZE! Okay, keep your hands firmly on die magazine, feet apart. Good. Now let me read you your Alumni Magazine Rights. You have the Right to Write. If you do Write, remember anything you Write can and will be printed

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Class Notes

1956

This is the last column before our grand 40th Reunion, and may be my last column as well. I am running for re-election as class secretary but am faced with many obstacles; a plethora of able candidates running against

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