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10 - A TIME TO DIE? The debate over euthanasia changes and grows more interesting as we grow older and live longer. By Julie Sly
15 - LOOKING FOR LIFE IN SPACE SCU's scientist-in-residence talks about how resumption of planetary probe aids his origin of life research. By Maureen Mclnaney
20 - MEMORIES - THE WAY WE WERE A 1939 alumnus tells what Santa Clara was like 50 years ago and offers vignettes of Jesuits he remembers. By Norman Bayley
24 - EASTSIDE PROJECT Students and faculty are involved in this special partnership between SCU and East San Jose communities. By Ed De Berri, S.J.
28 - CASHING IN ON SCIENCE Is it morally right for university faculty to make a profit on publicly funded research? By Manuel Velasquez
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Santa Clara University, "Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 32 Number 1, Fall 1989" (1989). Santa Clara Magazine. 37.
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