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Spring 2009 | Number 21
In treks to Antarctica, geomorphologist David Marchant and his team of Arts & Sciences students have unearthed ancient secrets of a more temperate clime.
Craig O’Connell (CAS’06) researches how sharks react to magnets in hopes of saving these storied fish from extinction.
A Paragon of her Time
The College Club of Boston commemorates Dean Elsbeth Melville (CAS’25),
who imbued four decades of BU’s women students with self-confidence
and leadership skills.
Professor Elizabeth Goldsmith writes about the adventurous Mancini sisters of 17th-century France who abandoned their families for life on the road.
Alice Gomez (CAS’10) believes in taking full advantage of her student years at BU, studying at CAS and SED and playing lots of clarinet with the BU Marching Band.
On the Right Track
David Mundy (CAS’96) knows the best routes to good management and winning car races.
My Boys’ Jamie Kaler (CAS’87) leaves ’em laughing with his TV roles and stand-up routines.