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Honored by CASE
Pennsylvania Gazette has received awards
from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)
in three categories for 2002.
Two articles written by Gazette senior editor Samuel
Hughes were included among the Best Articles of the Year, judged
by CASE and the Chronicle of Higher Education. They are: "An
Affair to Remember," which recounts the controversy and long-lasting
impact of the firing of a Socialist-leaning Wharton School professor
named Scott Nearing C'06 G'09 in 1915, won a Gold Medal. "Speech!"
on linguist Noam Chomsky C'48 G'51 Gr'55 Hon'84 won a Silver Medal.
articles and three others ("Dinosaurs
Lost and Found," by John Prendergast C'80; and "The
Moral Classroom" and "The
Particle Sleuths," by Susan Frith) earned the Gazette a Silver
Medal for Periodical Staff Writing.
the Gazette won a Gold Medal for Visual Design in Print for the
illustration accompanying the story, "Man
E A T U R E S
the pulpit and the classroom, on TV and radio talk-shows, in newspaper
columns and scholarly journals, Michael Eric Dyson brings the
noise to the United States of Amnesia. By Susan Frith
three young alumni trying to make it in New York, comedy is serious
business. By Ted Mann
asked why he gave, the late Walter AnnenbergPenns largest benefactor,
who for years headed the list of Most Generous Americansalways
said, Because its the right thing to do. By Joan Capuzzi Giresi
in the Sand
alumnus and director of the Foreign Policy Research Institute
Harvey Sicherman on war in Iraq and peace in the Middle East.
Interview by Samuel Hughes
From the Undergrad
Queen of Obscurica meets her match.
blind justice misses
Center for Early American Studies gets $6 million
of Alabamas Marjorie Jeffcoat named dental school dean
Revisited: Penn and Philadelphia Health Care Trust dissolve
$100 million agreement
killed the woolly mammoth?
SAS Dean Rosemary Stevens parallel career as a painter
ordered to pay $2.9 million to vet school professor
birth brick discovered at Abydos in Egypt.
Matter of Degrees. Taking temperatures measure.
Be Satisfied. A life of Muddy Waters.
road ahead for mens basketball. Plus:
Events of intereston campus and around the world.
view from Huntsman Hall.
Cover: Illustration by Andrea Ventura
2003 The Pennsylvania Gazette Last