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LIFE AS COLLAGE by Tom Patterson
Psychology professor Irwin Kremen has transformed his career several times over the years, from journalist to teacher to artist; now, his creativity has been honored with a retrospective exhibit covering a quarter-century of collage and sculpture

E-VENTURES IN THE START-UP ECONOMY by Philip Tinari
Duke's electronic entrepreneurs demonstrate how the Internet start-up has become a standard of the post-graduation narrative--as common as medical school and law school were to graduates of the Sanford era, or as consulting and investment banking have been to the Duke of Nan Keohane

FROM DAILY DREAM TO GARDEN GROWN by Lea Davis
When Nancy Sanders Goodwin first came to Montrose, her Hillsborough home, she found a garden where she could cultivate plants and patience

A GIFT FOR THE GIFTED by Eric Larson
Thanks to the Talent Identification Program, bright seventh-graders become summer scholars at Duke, and learn that academic proficiency has its rewards

A HELPING HAND FOR HAITI by Miriam Sauls
A volunteer group of health-care professionals has teamed up with Haitian planners to develop culturally sensitive solutions to medical and social problems in one of the world's neediest nations

SEEKING AN EDUCATED CHOICE by Stephen Martin
With their new book about charter schools, When Schools Compete, two public policy experts inject perspective into the school-reform debate at a time when it is sorely needed


Departments

REGISTER
News of the Duke Alumni Association, mini-profiles, class notes

FORUM
Utopian visions, China memories, military attractions

GAZETTE
Giving sets a new standard, arts programs flourish, binge drinking comes under scrutiny

BOOKS
Philosophy and feminism: What is a Woman?

QUAD QUOTES
The West catches fire, advice is proffered, freshmen are surprised



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