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July/August 2007

VOLUME 110 NUMBER 1

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FEATURE STORY

Buildings & Grounds  AAP Dean Mohsen Mostafavi on the Milstein Hall design controversy, the college’s future, and the mixed blessing of having an alumni body where, when it comes to architecture, everyone’s a critic.

DEPARTMENTS

From David Skorton
A Year, a Thank-You, a Look Forward

Correspondence
Get Involved Great Suggestions for Alumni Engagement

Letter from Ithaca
Different Strokes Cornell's Swim Test is Still Sending Freshmen into the Deep End

From the Hill
Pomp and Circumstance President Skorton's First Commencement
Giving Mood Nearly a Half-Billion for CU
Art Work  Johnson Museum to Expand
Green Grade University Releases Environmental Report
Digital Donation Former Editor Funds Sun Archive

Sports
A Rivalry Renewed Big Red Hockey to Face BU at Madison Square Garden

Currents
Follow the Money  As Student Loan Scandal Spreads, Day Hall Plays it Cool
Second Act A Half-Century Later, Milt Kogan '57 Finally Gets His Sheepskin
Talk Therapy Cornell Counseling Director Greg Eells on the Virginia Tech Tragedy, and Why Antidepressants are Almost as Popular as Acne Meds
Calling Fouls An Economist Trades Shots with the NBA

Authors
Bad Monkeys by Matt Ruff '87 (Harper-Collins)

Cornelliana
All Wet Four Decades Later, Robert Johnson '65 is Still Tending Cornell's Research Ponds (and Battling Beavers)

Alma Matters
Charging Ahead  Alumni events supported by the Cornell Visa program

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