May 1999

Cover Story

Trapped in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Feature

Hue and Cry at the Whitney

Class Notes

1971

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Cover Story

Trapped in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Just before sunrise on March 1

a band of Hutu rebels descended on Buhoma,

a tourist village at the northwest edge of

Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. They

opened fire with automatic rifles and grenades, killing a game warden

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Feature

Hue and Cry at the Whitney

So what if the hiring of director Maxwell Anderson '77 created a buzz in the New York art world? The real question is: can a little-known classicist restore lustre to a fading museum of contemporary art?

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Class Notes

1971

Editor's Note: Don wrote the firsthalf of this column for March andwe misplaced it. We regret therewas no column in that issue and hopeyou enjoy this double dose.

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Article

The Financing Game

Could colleges learn from car dealers?

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Article

The Masculine Mystique

Men and society pay a price for manliness.

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Article

What History Can and Cannot Teach

The College President returned to the classroom as political history was being made.

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Class Notes

1995

Wow can you believe it's May? I've been having wistful memories of sitting on the Green, glad that winter's over. Anyway, an item of business before we get into the "good stuff." I've been told that there is a new URL

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Chapter Seven: Life Goes On

As winter term drew to a snowy close, the "end of the Greek system as we know it" hadn't quite caught on with the whole campus. But the phrasing was an instant hit. TRUSTEES TO CHANGE NAME OF COLLEGE 'AS WE KNOW

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Class Notes

1984

Well, it's been a while, hasn't it? It's been ten years since I've written the Class Notes column, and a great deal has changed. Ino longer need the trusty Smith-Corona to type the columns. I no longer get the volume of hate

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Class Notes

1947

(Ham Chase returns as guest scribe for May.) I've missed passing along my seasonal thoughts on our local scene. Here are some impressions gained by my wanderings on our ever-evolving campus in a few past months. Early last

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