FALL 2002

FEATURE

A Texture of Mind and Manner
As Lee Bollinger begins his term as Columbia's nineteenth president, colleagues old and new reflect on the man and his mission.
by Patrick Queen

LIVING LEGACIES

Introduction
by Wm. Theodore de Bary

Two Centuries of "Columbian" Constitutionalism
by Michael C. Dorf

Edmund Beecher Wilson: Americas First Cell Biologist
by Qais Al-Awqati, M.D.

Living Legacies: A Coda
Readers Respond to the series.

POETRY
Anthony Hecht

RESEARCH
Groundbreaking studies by Eric Rose, M.D., and Kevan Herold, M.D.

COLLEGE WALK

Varmus and Wattleton Are Columbia's Newest Trustees; Jeffrey Sachs to Head Columbia Earth Institute; Transitions; Cole and Cohen Return to Teaching; Social Work Welcomes New Dean; A Film Division Dynamic Duo; Finding the Harlem of the Here and Now; Five Columbians Receive Mayor's Science Awards; A Full Ride to General Studies; An Equestrian Team in New York City? Architecture Dean Designs Acropolis Museum

PEOPLE
Bioterrorism strategist Thomas Inglesby, M.D.; New York City Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe; Ariane Daguin and Geroge Faison of D'Artagnan

BOOKS
A Jacques Barzun Reader edited by Micahel Murray

I Have Landed by Stephen Jay Gould

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