& Order in America: "Remarkable Progress or Calm
Before the Storm"
Do five straight years of sliding crime rates really mean
the criminal justice system is getting better at deterring
criminal acts? A panel of Wabash alumni judges, attorneys,
law enforcement officers, and corrections officials share
their views on the system's current status and the roles they
play in trying to improve it.
& Disorder: How Y2K May Affect the Legal System
All New Mexico state courts will be closed the first week
of January 2000 to track down their Y2K-related computer problems.
An alarmist reaction? An expert in legal technology says "no"
and explains why.
Vice President's Brush with the Law
How a future vice president of the United States penned a
piece of Wabash student journalism that landed him in court
and nearly cost him $20,000
"Hijacked by Capitalists" in China and talking with
survivors of the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia, a psychology
professor chronicles the human toll when institutions of law
and justice collapse under "the reign of Saturn."
Court: "An Experience Every Wabash Man Needs"
After five straight years of increased participation, Wabash
College's Moot Court competition continues as an enriching
experience for students, faculty, and alumni attorneys.
An interview with Men of Blood author Professor of
English Warren Rosenberg focuses on the Jewish historical
and cultural sources of the maxim: "to be a man, you
must be willing and able to kill."
Patty '99: Taking the Right Path
With interests as diverse as his talents, singer, writer,
debater, and student of politics and religion Josh Patty '99
found "the right path" at Wabash
from the Council Grove Minute Men