Fall 2002 - Volume II, Issue 2
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Harold Hodgkinson - National Demographic Changes
Elsa Nuñez - Affirmative Action in Higher Education
Judith Beth Cohen - The Mermaid's Legs, the Artist's Hands, the Professor's Assumptions
Katherine A. Barone - Issues in Pluralism
Joy Cohen - The Standard of Democracy
Eleanor Roffman - The Wounded Lion
Anne Elezabeth Pluto - "Jang"
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A Professor of Theatre and Literature at Lesley, Dr. Anne Elezabeth Pluto strives to facilitate creativity in the classroom through mutual respect and diligence. Dr. Pluto developed Lesley's Drama Minor and Drama track at Lesley, and is the director of the Oxford Street Players Shakespearean theater troupe.
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