Category 2002 Issue 4Posted on

Food for Thought

DURING HIS 1995 SABBATICAL, PROFESSOR OF GOVERNMENT JOHN FINN did something a bit unusual for a constitutional law scholar of his age and reputation: He went to culinary school. Three days a week for nine months he took the long train ride from Connecticut to the French Culinary Institute in New Yo…
Continue reading "Food for Thought"
Category 2002 Issue 4Posted on

Campaign Artistry

THE SHUTTER CLICKS AND BROOKS KRAFT '87 CAPTURES President George W. Bush whispering in the ear of Senator Ted Kennedy, the president's hand lightly resting on the senator's shoulder as both men smile. It's a quintessent…
Continue reading "Campaign Artistry"
Category 2002 Issue 4Posted on

What’s Eating Us?

"A LOT OF PEOPLE THINK EATING DISORDERS are based in vanity," says Professor of Psychology Ruth Striegel-Moore. "Bulimia is ‘the stupid thing vain women do.' But they're really disorders of identity." That crucial insig…
Continue reading "What’s Eating Us?"
Category 2002 Issue 4Posted on

Critical Care

DR. JOSEPH J. FINS '82 WAS A FIRST-YEAR FELLOW in general internal medicine in New York when Eunice Thomas*, a black woman from Guyana with a problem-plagued medical history, was wheeled in by her daughter, Jennifer. Str…
Continue reading "Critical Care"