March 31, 1996
- Mar.-Apr. 1996
How to get your ZZZZZZZZs by Dennis Meredith
- A Duke sleep scientist helps our bleary-eyed correspondent reform his snoozing techniques and get his quota; that makes one insomniac down, 40 million to go
Color-Blind or Color-Conscious? by Bill Sasser
- Too far or not far enough? The debate over affirmative action may be decades old, but it's taken on a new life as the controversy moves into the political arena and to college campuses
Beyond the Birthing Room by Bridget Booher
- Historian Monica Green uncovers the role of women in medieval science and medicine, challenging long-held assumptions about how knowledge was obtained and distributed in the Middle Ages.
Peripatetic President by Georgann Eubanks
- Paul Hardin: "Going from private to public higher education, you trade a lot of worries about finance and whether tuition is too high for layers and layers of political accountability and bureaucracy"
Rider on the Storm by John Manuel
- When it comes to environmental assaults, the social scientist, conservationist, and Duke Marine Lab professor is as comfortable talking to a single fisherman as he is to state and national policymakers
When View Meets Voice by Stephen Martin
- Rejecting celebrity, conflict, and sensationalism as themes, Double Take magazine is a collaboration between photographer Alex Harris and writer Robert Coles that instead celebrates original and overlooked ideas.