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April 2006 || Volume 34 || Number 2

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DISPATCHES FROM MEDICINE'S FRONTLINES
A disaster expert talks about emergency preparedness. An ob-gyn leaves Washington, D.C., because of high malpractice rates. An inner-city doctor deals with poverty every day. A researcher makes a case for using stem cells. — Theresa Gawlas Medoff ’85

LASTING IMPRESSIONS
Bucknell’s premier sculptor, William Lasansky, retires at the end of the spring semester, and he goes out with style — celebrating nearly 40 years of teaching with an art show of his and his best students’ work. — Christina Masciere Wallace

WATER POLO, ANYONE?
Bucknell hosted its first-ever NCAA championship meet in December with the college water polo championships. Such an event was made possible by the state-of-the art Kinney Natatorium and the persistence of dedicated individuals. — Brett Tomlinson ’99

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