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CONTENTS: Volume 2 Number 1, Winter 2002

Smashed Windows & Milk Jugs
David Pulsipher-Editor

 

Letters

Preparing Students for Their Role as Citizens

Laying the Foundation

 

Why Teach Logic?
Robert R. Worrell-Department of English

 

Dialogue
Ellen Pearson-Department of English

 

A Divine Deterrent to Creeping Relativism
Robert L. Millet-Department of Religion, BYU-Provo

 

The World in Which We Live

 

Failed Expectations in a Promised Land
Randy Hayes-Department of Religion

 

Equatorial Encounters
Benjamin Romney-Department of Horticulture

 

The War Against Terrorism: A New Generation of Warfare
Sean Cannon-Department of History, Geography & Political Science

 

Learning to Be Human

 

Arts Education: A Function of Feelings and Sensitivity
Lyle J. Lowder-Retired, Department of Biology

 

The Contemporary Nature of Steinbeck's Winter: Artistry, Integrity, and September 11th
Stephen K. George-Department of English

 

Students as Citizens

 

Service Learning Committee: A Forum Discussion-13 February 2002
Doug Ladle (Chair), Robyn Bergstrom, Gordon Black, Terry Gorton, Anne Hendricks, Michael Lenhart, Mark Nygren, Brian Schmidt, Bonnie Searcy, Grover Wray, & Vaun Waddell (Moderator)

 

Business Expedition 2001: New Wine in New Bottles
Karen C. Holt, Kirk D. Gifford, and D. Joshua Holt

 

Into the World

 

Career Placement at a Four-Year University
Bob Maxfield-Placement Director

 

Book Review: A Sacred Duty, by Ester Rasband

and Richard Wilkins
David Duerden-Department of Child and Family Studies

Tending Our Garden: Varied Perspectives

The Altered Landscape

 

Close to Home: Photographs of the Upper Snake River Valley
Darren Clark-Department of Art

 

Missing Lake
Robert L. Smith-Admissions & Scholarships

 

Winter Night
Kyle R. Martin-Admissions & Scholarships

 

Alzheimer's and Onward

 

Startled Together: A Review of With Words That

Once Were His: An Alzheimer's Experience
Scott Samuelson-Department of English

 

Watching Dianne Watch Al
Shauna Samuelson

 

A Book and Beyond
Dianne Dibb Forbis-Retired, Department of English

Contributors

An Invitation for Submissions