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8 - OF QUARKS, OBJECT IDENTIFICATION, AND PORPHYRIN MOLECULES SCU undergraduates get a taste of scientific research. By Miriam Schulman

14 - WHAT'S YOUR BOTTOM LINE? By investing in mutual funds that reflect their values, an increasing number of shareholders hope to put their money where their morals are. But can socially responsible investing really change the world? By Jeff Brazil ' 85

22 - A BIG ENOUGH UMBRELLA Tens of thousands of women from around the world gather for a unifying-albeit rainy- conference in China. Photographs By Kim Johnson ' 87

26 - THE ART OF MATHEMATICS For every student who has ever shed tears atop decimal points, anguished over algorithms, Mathematics Department Chair Gerald L. Alexanderson valiantly explains the appeal of his discipline. By Elizabeth Fernandez ' 79

Publication Date

Fall 1995


Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 1995.


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Elise Banducci

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 37 Number 4, Fall 1995

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