|January 2006 || Volume 34 || Number 1 |
THE FUTURE FOR GREEK LIFE ON CAMPUS
Has Greek life become passé? As colleges and universities nationwide question the relevance of Greek life in the 21st century, Bucknell explores ways of promoting leadership in fraternities and sororities. — Christina Masciere Wallace
WHY IS THIS MAN SMILING?
Philip Roth ’54 has achieved literary sainthood, becoming the third living writer admitted to the Library of America. The New York Times’ Charles McGrath talks to him about the journey of getting there. — Charles McGrath
WHAT BOOKS CAN DO
Beloved professor emeritus John Wheatcroft publishes a fictional work about war and is joined in this issue’s book review by other faculty members writing about global consciousness and a history of Lewisburg’s federal penitentiary. — Claudia Ebeling