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Week of 22 March 2002 · Vol. V, No. 27

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Science and Technology Day is bio prof's last

By David J. Craig
David Shepro considers himself "a professor first, a scientist second," which might surprise his peers. He is, after all, considered a pioneer in the field of microvascular research for his work on the way blood cells communicate with blood vessels.

Political evil under the microscope

By Tim Stoddard
By the time President Bush had singled out Iran, Iraq, and North Korea as the axis of evil in January, the word evil was already a popular American adjective for fundamentalist regimes. While many nations continue to criticize Bush for his speech, a panel of American and European scholars will convene at Boston University on March 25 to discuss the nature of evil in politics.

SMG's Women's Leadership Forum focuses on money, technology, mentoring

By Hope Green
Vicki Donlan is a strong believer in the power of mentorship. The founder and CEO of the Hingham, Mass.-based monthly newspaper Women's Business, which publishes Boston and New York editions, she often counsels other women starting out. But that doesn't mean she can't be the student sometimes.

Topics include cloning and AIDS epidemic
Student interest in bioethics leads to national conference at BU

By Brian Fitzgerald

Bioethics has always been kin to controversy, but because of such recent scientific advances as cloning, in the near future we're bound to hear much more heated debate on moral issues in medical treatment and research -- especially on Friday and Saturday, March 22 and 23, when BU will host the fifth annual National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference.

Urban Dramas
They stage crime scenes to prevent them

By Hope Green

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Forward Billy Collins

When Irish eyes
are smiling


22 March 2002
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