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From the Hill



On Campus: A Housing Dialogue: Plan to link social and academic life under review; Costs, Unstable Enrollments End CBB Abroad Programs; Groundbreaking Set for Alumni Center; Single Man March: Cornel West relentlessly challenges America's presuppositions, dogmatism, "Spiritual vacuity"; "Mosaic" Diversity Conference Melds Viewpoints, Disciplines; C Club Turns 100; Reminiscing About a Record-Setting Track Career; Settlement Reached in Title IX Suit; Conservative Argues for Gay Marriage; Italian Culture Proves Appealing; Q&A: Margaret McFadden on queer studies, cautious optimism and The Simpsons

Faculty: A Personal Epic: Anthropologist Hong Zhang mirrors the strengths of the people she studies

Students: At Home on the Hill: Homeschooling is solid preparation for Colby, students say; Rolling Up Their Sleeves; College Intends to Restore "24/7" Health Center

Media: Booth's Toll: Elizabeth Leonard probes the tumultuous events that followed Lincoln's assassination (Review); To Spain, On a Gust of Wind (Review); Recent Releases

Sports: Life Lessons: Tom Austin's gridiron career leaves legacy of pride, trust and hard work; Sports Shorts; A March for All-America

Alumni: The Gift of Music: Playing from the heart, Colby trio trades Foss stage for Northwest spotlight


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