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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
Immeasurable Curiosity of Edward Peters
colleague calls Peters, the Henry Charles Lea Professor of History,
one of the great medievalists of his generation. His own assessment:
Im like cheap paintI cover a lot, but not very well. By John
Professor of Architecture Daniel Libeskinds winning design for
the redevelopment of the World Trade Center site is an act of
remembrance and restoration. By Virginia Fairweather
federal prosecutor Alan Vinegrad W80 has taken on some of New
Yorks most high-profile cases, and he has the thick skin and
thin stomach lining to prove it. By David Porter
Space, Ancient Worlds
curators for the University Museums new exhibit, Worlds Intertwined:
Etruscans, Greeks, Romans, pick some of their favorite artifacts.
former president recalls the water buffalo incident
and its role in his stormy confirmation as chair of the NEH. By
From the Undergrad
From College Hall
case for increasing endowment for financial aid.
OLeary on constructing democracy in post-war Iraq
wage peace in Houston Hall
show on Blackbeard leads to Marshall Scholarship
named School of Social Works dean
million from GlaxoSmithKline for medical research
Rushdie on books, life, and the hoo-hah surrounding The
Wolk C70 on writing, directing, and Hollywood success
trial for students accused in assault case
found between TV watching and self-image
of union vote sealed pending appeal
on the Quran assembles a rich trove of texts
a plan for Penns Landing
Furness. A biography of the Fisher Fine Arts Librarys architect.
An interview with the author.
Events of intereston campus and around the world.
Cover: Photograph by Candace diCarlo
2003 The Pennsylvania Gazette Last