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Q & A with John Bartlett

For most of the past four years, Dr. John Bartlett, associate director of research at the Duke Global Health Institute, has been living in Tanzania.


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Placing the blame

The criminal case against the Massachusetts Institute of Technology fraternity responsible for last year's death of a freshman pledge was abandoned Oct.


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Igno-Bill tactics?

From the Standard Oils of the turn of the century to the AT&Ts of the early '80s, the struggle between big business and the federal government has shaped American politics and the American economy...


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Too personal

When did "a right to know" turn into "a right to a personal phone call explicitly outlining all relevant information?".


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The Right to Die

A recent case in Manassas, Va., has renewed interest in a question that has never been far beneath the surface of the American consciousness: Do people have a "right to die?".


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Five Years Later

Five years after proposing the exceptionally controversial plan that eventually put all freshmen on East Campus, a group of top administrators mulled over the recent studies of the upperclass...


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Show and Tell

When a six-year-old boy was suspended from his elementary school in 1996 for stealing a kiss from a female classmate, social critics expressed surprise, consternation and amusement.


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End of the party?

The real world came to crash off-campus parties last week, and it didn't just ring the doorbell. It pushed in the door, rambled into the living room and bothered the guests.


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Live by the rules

As the old saying goes, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." After having read the University's Information and Regulations book, some administrators claim that it needs changes to be user-friendly.

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McDonagh’s blend of sardonically witty dialogue, three-dimensional characters elevates The Guard.
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McDonagh’s blend of sardonically witty dialogue, three-dimensional characters elevates The Guard.


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