Summer 2006

Personality Profiling

July 1, 2006 |

A number of years ago I lived in a large apartment complex in the suburbs—a residence that, how should I say, sometimes made sleeping a challenge. People would come and go at all hours of the night, doors would slam, … Read More

Parting Shot

July 1, 2006 |

A passageway for diplomats and world leaders alike, this door is the first step to better cultural understanding.

Where are you?

A. The Edward B. Brueggeman Center for Dialogue located at the lower end of Ledgewood, off of Victory Parkway. The work … Read More

Other That Reminds Me Column

July 1, 2006 |

Other That Reminds Me columns


    • The Art of Living: What is Art? In this case, a homeless window washer whose death offers a lesson in life, education and serving others


Monkey Business

July 1, 2006 |

As a science teacher, Mary Pat Schoeny Harris isn’t one to monkey around. But the double graduate—B.S. 1974 and M.Ed. 1977—did spend 12 days last summer in Sri Lanka studying monkeys. Specifically, she studied toque macaques, who live in and … Read More

Life Support

July 1, 2006 |

About 75 percent of heart attacks occur in the victim’s home, and simple cardiopulmonary resuscitation can double—or even triple—the chance for survival. Not enough people, however, know how to administer proper CPR, says Dr. Michael Sayre, a professor of emergency … Read More

Letters to the Editor

July 1, 2006 |

What About the Youth? I was very pleased to read that Xavier University is making an effort to engage the communities of Evanston and Norwood. As owner and landlord of a beautiful house located on Greenlawn Avenue, I was a … Read More

Wired and Weary

April 2, 2006 |

Sara Rowell blames no one but herself. Her parents tell her not to push herself so hard. But something inside keeps driving her. As a freshman, she routinely studied until 4:00 a.m. or 5:00 a.m., slept a few hours, went … Read More