Microbiologist Carl Woese '50 has redrawn the tree
of life and unsettled the world of biology, but he insists he's "just an
average guy, okay?"
By Tom Nugent
Psychologist Jacqueline Bearce, director of the
college's Counseling Center, seeks to "make a difference in the lives of
studentsespecially those who are having difficulties."
By D.C. Wilson 62
in the NBA
Dr. Steve Lombardo '63 is the orthopedic surgeon
who helps keep Shaquille O'Neal and other professional athletes on their feet.
By Gary Libman
Ted Lee '93 and his brother Matt have a business
selling boiled peanuts, creesy greens, moon pies and other Southern delectables.
By Lauren Groff 01
Garden is dedicated to ties with JapanThe
"mod pods"Faculty activitiesFeverish collectingEditor
Place-kicker Mike Proman '03 earns kudos for good
By Rebecca Binder '02
Globalization woesTwo Dickinson housesPost-Soviet
symbolsA Nazi in Spain.
Time for heterogeneityRemembering the ZooClass
President Kennedy spoke at the ground-breaking ceremony
for Robert Frost Library.