Summer 2009 Issue
On a green hillside beyond an old barn, dozens of Holsteins are out to pasture and wading through knee-deep sweet grass. They wander slowly along the slope, munching their cud….
Under a blistering desert sun, a tank rumbles along, jerking through sand dunes. A Marine is on patrol, not far from his base, in an oven called Iraq. Without warning, a homemade bomb detonates nearby.
Several decades ago, the American artist Paul Glabicki was exploring street life in Tokyo, walking around neighborhoods and taking photographs that might later feed his work. During his wanderings, he came upon a flea market full of objects from Japanese life.
“Are you going to die, Mommy?” That was the first question Harriet Legum’s children asked when she came home from the hospital with the diagnosis she had long feared. Breast cancer.
Also in this issue
- 400 Craig Hall
- Front Page
- Bacterio-expert, Fast and Fabulous, Goldwater, Song of Friendship, Man of Distinction, Humanity in Action, Security or Privacy?, Defeating Smallpox, Essence of Success, Developmental School, Math Master, Twin Engines, If I Were Andrew Carnegie …, Mazel Tov!, Forging a Link, Good Research, Good Word, Good Word
- Commons Room
- Good Sport
- Extra Credit
- Alumni Hall