March 2004: Vol. 83, No. 4
Eve Troutt Powell ‘Genius’ is its own reward
The MacArthur Foundation awarded UGA history professor and Middle East expert Eve Troutt Powell $500,000—not for the considerable talent she has shown in the past but for what she can accomplish in the future.
by Alex Crevar (AB ’93)

Cover art:'Genius' is its own reward

Contents page photo: Dogs prevail in thrilling (and scary) overtime bowl game

Spectrometer penetrates molecular mysteries Spectrometer penetrates molecular mysteries
A new $5 million device will enable Jim Prestegard and researchers at the CCRC to do groundbreaking work on diseases such as cancer.
by Sharron Hannon
Dick Phillips Sound business
UGA’s Cooperative Extension Service helped ex-businessman Dick Phillips (BBA ’53) create a cattle ranch that’s friendly to the environment.
by Alex Crevar (AB ’93)
Steve Oney And the Dead Shall Rise
To produce the definitive book on the 1913 lynching of convicted murderer Leo Frank, the author devoted 17 years of his life—and came to the conclusion that Frank didn’t kill Mary Phagan.
by Steve Oney (ABJ ’79)
Art Barn Art Barn: A place where creativity grows
Remember “Baby Boom,” where Diane Keaton forsakes corporate success for a job in the country? Say hello to Susan Shaw’s (BFA ’82) real-life story.
by Tracy Coley Curlee (ABJ ’90)

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