March 1999: Vol. 78, No. 2
From the Editor
A way to deal with the horrors of Vietnam.
GM Cover
President's Column
Where We're Going and Need to Go.
Campus News
All Rhodes lead to Oxford for Shapiro. Knapp's portrait unveiled. Carters to receive inaugural Delta Prize. Chancellor Portch's pop quiz. McQueen: U.S. needs honest race reporting. Ted Turner will speak at May 8 commencement.
Faculty-staff
Douglas leaving student affairs after 24 years. Poli-sci prof predicted Dems' election success. Columns wins top awards; alums can now subscribe.
Findings
UGA's impact on local economy: $966M/yr! Hot Zone for bacteria: the kitchen.
Sports
Double duty for Shealy: swim, v-ball on same day. Silent auction nets $8,500 for Uga pup. Stinchcomb cleans up in classroom, on field.
Students
Student leader graces national magazine cover. A river runs through it, and that's the problem. Nuçi's space a haven for Athens musicians. Tate topic: Physical Master Plan. Course withdrawels higher with semesters.
Bones
Beanie critters include Uga and Hairy Dawg! Babe: it's not what's for dinner either. Haunt team on prowl for spooky spirits. On Sundays, it's Jesus—not Jack Daniels.
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