January | February 2009

COVER STORY

“Take This Advice Today!”

HISTORY

A Just Legacy

CLASSROOM

Warring Factions

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COVER STORY

“Take This Advice Today!”

25 Amazing alums...25 amazing ideas

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HISTORY

A Just Legacy

Pioneering cellular biologist Ernest Everett Just, class of 1907, is remembered as a seeker of excellence.

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CLASSROOM

Warring Factions

Students in government professor Bridget Coggins’ class grapple with the unsolvable nature of civil wars.

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OUTSIDE

Sea Change

The dream of Donald Perkins ’78 takes shape along the Maine coast: an institute for science, education and the salvation of sustainable fishing.

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FACULTY OPINION

Live Free or Die?

In weighing libertarianism against government regulation, an econ prof argues the need for both.

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ON THE JOB

A Patient Approach

Three vignettes from a new memoir reveal how a young doctor learns from her patients.

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CONTINUING ED

Hal Ripley ’29

DAM’s centenarian poet on rhyme and reason

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BIG PICTURE

Snow Bowl

When Baker lawn turns into the frozen tundra, students still know how to get their game on, as these football players demonstrated last December.

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