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8 - ARCHAEOLOGISTS OF THE CARIBBEAN By Monte Lorenzet. Eye patch and peg leg-we all know what makes a pirate. Or do we? Only recently have scientists taken a serious look at the archeology of piracy, with SCU's Russ Skowronek one of the hearties unearthing facts buried beneath centuries of myth.

12 - ARE PEOPLE GETTING CRAZIER? By Thomas G. Plante. From what the media offers every day, you can't help but think the world is going to hell in a handbasket. What's really going on? And what can we do about it?

21 - A TEACHABLE MOMENT Q&A with President Paul Locatelli, S.J. Have we moved beyond the disrespect of ethnic stereotyping? An off-campus party serves up a vivid reminder that clearly we have not.

22 - THESE ARE MY PEOPLE By Steven Boyd Saum. Photographer Dan Dion '92 confesses his addiction to comedy. Then again, nobody has photographed comics like he has.

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Spring 2007


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Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 48 Number 4, Spring 2007



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