|March 1999: Vol. 78, No. 2
|Making an impact
In 1957, Jack Loizeaux (BS '40) imploded his first building with explosives. Four decades later, the Loizeaux family is world-famous for reducing huge structures to dust.
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|Self-defense for your mind|
A UGA history professor argues that students must learn historynot to memorize facts, but to arm themselves against others' interpretations of the past.
|Why can't the rest of campus look like this?|
The new Physical Master Plan imagines what UGA would be like if the beauty of North Campus could be replicated throughout the University's 600 acres.
|A possible dream|
Erwin Mitchell's (JD '48) crusade to educate the influx of Spanish-speaking children into Dalton, Ga., has turned an educational crisis into a cultural opportunity.
|"We went to Vietnam and some of us came back"|
The terrible beauty of Vietnam art brought five former soldiers together. Their work appears in a wonderful new book published by the National Vietnam Veterans Museum in Chicago.
|Back Page: The (Mis)Information Age|
The Internet gets caught in the crossfire as two journalism professorsformer Associated Press correspondent Conrad Fink and Web-site guru Scott Shampdebate its merits.
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