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.   Inside the storm: Special section. -On campus, now what? The parish priest, Vows


 
 
Just as the largest generation of patients approaches old age, the largest generation of nurses prepares to retire. Solving this nursing shortage will take more than the usual staffing Band-Aids.


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Once a "defiant subculture," U.S. Catholic colleges now find that they speak to a wider audience. So why the angst? asks a non-Catholic member of the BC faculty.


 
 
For eight years, the authors collected women's accounts of life under the Siege of Leningrad, the 872-day horror that saw the deaths of a million Russians. Now they share survivors' stories.

 

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