June 1996 Columns

A Plague Upon Our Houses

The Best of 1996: Profiles of Professors, TAs, amd Volunteers Who Made a Difference in the Classroom and Beyond.

Crying Uncle: Why Don't Americans Trust Their Government?

The 'G' Man: Nobel Prize Winner Martin Rodbell

Our Back Pages: History Columns Looks at Unsolved 1969 Campus Bombing
Letters to the Editor, The War on Drugs Takes Harm Reduction Hostage, Mechanical Engineering Criticized, Remembering a Burning Parking Lot.
Prelude: Editor's Column on Mistrust in America.
Brief Profile of Alumnus Ray Clough, Earthquake Master
Obituary of Regent Hans Lehmann, 1912-1996

Legislature Helps UW See More Enrollments, Better Technology
Senator Bill Bradley to Speak at Commencement
Faculty Debate Diversity Requirement
Columns Wins 13 Awards in Three Competitions
Microsoft CEO Gates, Wife, Pledge $12 Million For New Law School Building
Endowed Scholarships Help Husky Athletes
Vistas: Research Briefs on The "Weaker" Sex, New Gene Therapy for Breast Cancer and Women's Heart Attack Risks
Passages: Departures, Appointments, Honors, Rankings

Association News
Alumni Plan World War II Memorial for UW Campus
UW Seeks Alumni Mentors for Educational Opportunity Program Students
Member Benefits Include Directory Listing
Class Notes from 1925 to 1995
In Memory: Obituaries of Alumni, Faculty and Friends