What happened on February 09, 2003
Loyola Stuns Gonzaga Rob Fernas;Vince Kowalick; Eric Stephens; Lauren Peterson; Paul McLeod, From Staff and Wire Reports
Silver Spoon Paul Gutierrez, Times Staff Writer
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Rage not, oh modern Medea Thea Klapwald, Thea Klapwald has written for the (London) Times Literary Supplement and other publications and is working on a novel about expatriates in Hong Kong.
Dorian Gray as the picture of depravity Lucretia Stewart, Lucretia Stewart is the author of the novel "Making Love: A Romance" and editor of "Erogenous Zones: An Anthology of Sex Abroad."
Hollywood's dark shadows Richard Schickel, Richard Schickel is a contributing writer to Book Review. His latest book, "Good Morning, Mr. Zip Zip Zip," will be published in the spring.
Masks and obsessions Nick Owchar, Nick Owchar is an assistant editor of Book Review.
Rhyme and reason Andrew Frisardi, Andrew Frisardi is the translator of "Selected Poems" by Giuseppe Ungaretti.
A pragmatist explores the promised land Adam Bresnick, Adam Bresnick writes for several publications, including the (London) Times Literary Supplement.
Dinosaurs that say 'atchoo' Reviews are provided to Book Review by Publishers Weekly, where they first appeared. Copyright 2003, Publishers Weekly.
The neoclassical temperament of a born rebel Dana Gioia, Dana Gioia is the author of three volumes of poetry, "Daily Horoscope," "The Gods of Winter" and "Interrogations at Noon," which won the American Book Award in 2002. He is the new chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts.
A devilish journey through Christendom Carla Kaplan, Carla Kaplan teaches at the University of Southern California. Her most recent book is "Zora Neale Hurston: A Life in Letters."
Cries from the depths Benita Eisler, Benita Eisler is the author of "Byron: Child of Passion, Fool of Fame," which was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award in biography in 1999, and the forthcoming "Chopin's Funeral."
Broadcast News Preston Lerner, Preston Lerner last wrote for the magazine about Herman Miller's Aeron chair.
Raw Data Rarely Produce Certainty William M. Arkin, William M. Arkin is a military affairs analyst who writes regularly for Opinion. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Space, It's Earth That Beckons Deborah Blum, Deborah Blum is a Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and the author of "Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection."
Future's Water Is Down on the Farm William Fulton and Paul Shigley, William Fulton and Paul Shigley are the editors of the California Planning & Development Report. Fulton is also president of Solimar Research Group.
Will Iraq Be Vietnam or WWII? Marilyn Young, Marilyn B. Young, a history professor at New York University, is the director of the International Center for Advanced Studies and author of "The Vietnam Wars, 1945-1990." A version of this article appeared on the Website www.tomdispatch.com.
How the West Was Lost Vince Canzoneri, Vince Canzoneri is an attorney.
Secular Muslim Finds Much to Fear Mohamed A. Najmi, Mohamed A. Najmi, a former sociology professor, lives in Irvine.
Deadly Game of Finding Hussein Chalmers Johnson, Chalmers Johnson is the author of "Blowback" (Owl Books, 2001) and the forthcoming book "The Sorrows of Empire: How the Americans Lost Their Country."
Iraq War Not About Democracy Alan L. Isenberg, Alan L. Isenberg is contributing editor of the world affairs journal Orbis and an affiliated scholar at the Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law at Stanford University. E-mail: email@example.com
Gun Lobby's Perfect Aim Jennifer Price, Jennifer Price is a Los Angeles historian and author of "Flight Maps: Adventures With Nature in Modern America."
Small Nations' Last Defense William M. LeoGrande And Kenneth E. Sharpe, William M. LeoGrande is dean of the School of Public Affairs at American University. Kenneth E. Sharpe is the William R. Kenan Jr. professor of political science at Swarthmore College.
Waging a 'Good War' for Arabs Tarek Ben Halim, Tarek Ben Halim is a banker based in Europe.