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January 2004 || Volume 32 || Number 1

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BUCKNELL AND BEYOND
Young alumni discuss how their undergraduate years affected not only their career paths but how they have chosen to live their lives. — Michelle Dombeck ’05

HOLOCAUST 101
Last May, Rabbi Serena Fujita organized a trip to Eastern Europe that focused on the Jewish experience during WWII. The participants say that seeing the death camps firsthand was jolting and profound. — Gigi Marino

DEATH AND TAXES
In this issue, books written by Bucknellians tackle tough subjects, from the Armenian genocide to the history of syphilis to the debate between religions and abortion. — Claudia Ebeling

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