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BCM: Winter 2005
 

LINDEN LANE

 
. Good years:
  . Jack Neuhauser steps down
. Vigil:
  . Remembering the tsunami's victims
. In the bank:
  . What would Greenspan do?
. Extra credit:
  . Cornerstone advisement goes topical
. Circular logic:
  . Surrealist Marcel Duchamp
. Wise guy:
  . John Smith, 1923–2004
. STUDENT RMS W/VU. BRAND NU:
  . Photographs by Lee Pellegrini
. Comedy night:
  . After five years in hell, Lectura Dantis moves on
. Fifth quarter:
  . The "Hail Mary" team, 20 years later
. Run away:
  . How to avoid the plague
. Catching waves:
  . An antenna for light
. A reader's notes:
  . American journeys
. High Tea with Miss Julianna:
  . A poem by Paul Mariani. With video
. A boy's end:
  . Kansas Charley's last night
. News briefs
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Curtain call

By Cara Feinberg

A small theater can be a risky, lonely, and irresistible business



Discovering America

By John L. Allen, Jr.

The Vatican view of the United States incorporates respect, indifference, fear, and gratitude. All are reasonable responses



Mr. Shaw regrets

The art of the buzz-off, from the John J. Burns Library



Home economics

By Dennis P. Culhane Ph.D.'90

The Bush administration has proposed to end chronic homelessness within 10 years. The author's research shows it can be done



Executive session

How the press, moral character, and enemies have influenced the American presidency, by 12 who know the office well


 

SPECIAL SECTION:

THE CHURCH IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Remote access

   Church21 launches its first online education
   course
   By Paul Voosen

Inside straight

   A weekend with the New York Times's Peter
   Steinfels
   By William Bole

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WORKS AND DAYS

 
 

Matchmaker:
   Babysitter-in-Chief Genevieve Thiers '00

 
   

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Cover photo by Gary Wayne Gilbert

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