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6 - THE BEATEN TRACK SCU Psychologist Stephanie Etukudo and Senior Lecturer in English Jeffrey Zorn debate whether ability groupings serve students' best interests.
12 - WHAT WOULD SOLOMON SAY? Adoptions gone awry trigger controversy over how to safeguard the rights of parents while protecting the welfare of the child. By Elizabeth Fernandez '79
18 - A THIRST FOR HEALING A pilgrim to Lourdes finds that the cures offered by the blessed waters can be mostly invisible. By Dee Danna '68 (MBA '72)
24 - THE FLOWERING OF SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY For more than a century, the Mission Gardens have offered spiritual and aesthetic refreshment. By Miriam Schulman
30 - SECOND-PLACE TROPHIES RARELY GET POLISHED Just one run short of the national championship, the 1962 Bronco baseball team was the finest ever fielded by the University. By Dan Peterson '97
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Santa Clara University, "Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 38 Number 3, Summer 1996" (1996). Santa Clara Magazine. 60.
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