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10 - DISCONNECTED A loss of continuity and connectedness could be the price we pay for this era of decentralized, customized technology. By Timothy J. Lukes
14 - STRETCHED TO THE LIMIT Private colleges scramble to control financial aid costs, and families struggle with too few aid dollars to go around. Here are the stories of four families who have worked in partnership with the University to make it through. By Elizabeth Fernandez '79, Overview by Elise Banducci '87
23 - THE MORAL LIFE In his recent encyclical, the pope speaks out on human nature, Christian boundaries, and universal truths. By William C. Spohn, S.J.
26 - BURIED SECRETS A Washington, D.C., investigative journalist discusses the Jesuit killings and the U.S. role in El Salvador's 12-year bloody civil war. By Peter Kornbluh
34 - CLAIRE Human relationships are often complicated. But sometimes they can be beautifully simple. Introducing a short work of fiction, a new occasional feature. By Mark Clevenger '86
Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 1993.
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Santa Clara University, "Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 36 Number 1, Fall 1993" (1993). Santa Clara Magazine. 80.
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