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6 - MORE THAN A CATHOLIC EDUCATION Why students from other faiths choose Santa Clara and what they find here. By Elise Banducci '87
10 - WALKING WITH THE PEOPLE OF DOLORES MISSION For a young Jesuit, the people of his East Los Angeles parish have much to teach. By Gregory Bonfiglio '82, S.J.
16 - A GOOD SPANKING? Deeply concerned about youth crime and disorder, many people say corporal punishment could be the answer for unruly students. But does it work? By Miriam Schulman
22 - MARKET-DRIVEN NEWS: LET THE CITIZEN BEWARE Increasingly, what's considered news is being defined by what sells. But who's buying? The public-or advertisers and investors? By John McManus
28 - SILENT STORM Forget the stereotype-heart disease is a women's problem. By Dipti ltchhaporia '84, M.D.
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Santa Clara University, "Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 2, Spring 1995" (1995). Santa Clara Magazine. 56.
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