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Is SAIS's Soul at Stake?
By Joanne P.
The international scene today is all about money, and so, say
critics, is SAIS. Some worry that the focus on finance could
undermine the school's mission.
In Short - Better guidance for
juvenile delinquents... TV's take on Kosovo... at the core of
education... a race to document Freedmen's Town
C A M P U S E S
Four years of medical school have come down to this. Share the
uncertainty and the joy as Hopkins's graduating docs tear open
their envelopes on Match Day.
In Short - An evolving
identity... seed money for academic innovation... paying a
"living wage"... malpractice awards on the rise
H E A L T H
M E D I C I N E
Just Give Me Something for the
Opioids like morphine can safely ease the suffering of chronic
pain patients, finds James Campbell. But many within the medical
community remain deeply skeptical.
In Short - Vitamin A's dramatic
impact on maternal health... predisposed toward alcholism... a
nationwide nursing shortage... gene switches
H U M A N I T I E S
& T H E A R T
You name the big bouts in boxing and writer Phil Berger '64 has
been there, to capture the "trickerations" and the spectacle of
his favorite bloodsport.
In Short - On tour with Arlo...
the latest from a prolific writer... rescuing America's "orphan"
films... artistic endeavors... tracking down folk tunes
S C I E N C E
& T E C H N O L O G
Tim Hoen is the Dr. Doolittle of the reptile world--a lab tech
who spends his free time wrangling with pythons, rescuing
iguanas, and protecting rare turtles.
In Short - A riveting probe of
Titanic's hull... looking at atoms with new resolution...
the wheels on the bus go bumpety-bump