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Published by Newsweek, Inc.
The Washington Post Company
Katharine Graham, Chairman of the Board
Richard D. Simmons. President
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RESEARCHER: Ute F. Lange
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Chin, Cathleen McGuigan, John Schwartz. Karen Springen.
Dody Tsiantar, Penelope Wang.
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Vibhuti Patel, Mark Starr, Pat Wingert.
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University: Asra Q. Nomani. Arizona State: Robert Goldwater
III. Boston University: David Barboza. Bowdoin: Adam Naj-
berg. Braoklyn: Bruce Meyerson. Drawn: Suzanne Schlosberg.
Carnegie-Mellon: John Friedmann. Colorado: Michael Mehle.
Columbia: Stephen West. Dartmouth: Ed Sim. Duke: Michael
Milstein. Florida: Joanne Worthington. Georgetown: Jennifer
Caspar. Georgia: Edward DeMarco Jr. Georgia Tech: James Cage.
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Lazarovici. Maryland: Glenn Dickinson. Massachusetts (Amherst):
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h Wendy Sharp. Middlehary: Dwight Garner. Missauri: Teresa
Schantz. State University of New York (Stony Brook): Mitchell Horo-
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Okeson. Notre Dame: Kathleen McKernan. Oklahoma State: Ziva
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Fellows. Pennsylvania: Pamela F. Schwartz. Pittsburgh: John
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Wagstaff. California (Santa Barbara): Steven Elzer. South
Carolina: Mary Pearson. USC: Terry Allen. Southern Methodist:
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Syracuse: Marsha Young. Texas (Austin): Lisa Brown, Ellen
Williams. Texas Tech: Linda Burke. Tulane: Jonathan Epstein.
Virginia: Wayne Rutman. University of Washington: Sally J. Clark.
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Yale: Julie Heller.
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