Al Sacco says the 16 days he spent in space last year were the most
exciting of his life. The experience also helped him see the world
and his life in a whole new way. The only hard part was returning to Earth.
by Michael W. Dorsey
|The Case of the Purloined Goat's Head:
Last fall, WPI brought back the traditional Goat's Head rivalry. A
new goat was cast and plans were made for a big kickoff at
Homecoming. But a few light-fingered seniors decided to get things
going a little early.
by Joan Killough-Miller
Computers are invading the world of theatre, as everything from script
writing to set design is entering the digital age. A new program at
WPI is preparing students for careers in the brave new world of
by Amy L. Plack '96
For 50 years, Joe Gale's been a mentor to students, an ambassador for
WPI athletics, and a friend to everyone he meets. And in the words of
one student, he's got more memories than you can shake a stick at.
by Ray Bert '93
|Letters||Use Plan as Model for Medical Education; "Travels" Disappointing; Facts Wrong on Tatum and Olmstead|
|Innovations||A Decade at the Frontier
by Carol Garofoli
|Final Word||The Normandin Sisters Thrive in a "Man's World"
by Ruth Trask
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