IT'S A CRAZY time we're living in. Not only are we at the beginning of a whole new -- far too over-hyped -- millennium, we are also living in the midst of a technological revolution.
A CRASH course on the University could be taught with just a few words. Not a fancy seminar on the history of Mr. Jefferson's University, but rather the real deal -- a few catch phrases to sum things up around here.
NOBODY LIKES to be talked about behind his back. So why does the faculty think they can do it to students without insulting us? That's right, while we're all caught up in midterms and various spring activities around Grounds, professors at the Arts and Sciences Faculty Committee meeting were discussing the students and our supposed grade-grubbing ways.
HAPPILY, reader correspondence picked back up last week, so in this column I'll focus on your questions, criticisms and suggestions. Who's that Girl? One reader noted that we still seem to have trouble properly identifying or labeling people in photographs.
FOR CENTURIES, the voice of America and the voice of male America have been one and the same. The shape of the Washington Monument is proof enough.