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Autumn 2006 | Volume 29, Number 4 | Books, Film & Music

Response OnScreen Archive

To read previous reviews from Response OnScreen, click below.

Israeli and Arab Children Ponder Prejudice and Hope in Promises

Off The Beaten Path of Summer Blockbusters
2005's Best: Twenty-Seven Movies Worth Watching
Capote, Murrow, Cash: Are These the True Stories?
Africa’s Oscar-Winning Tsotsi

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Beyond Intellectual Mastery
President Philip Eaton offers a more complete view of education: Learning is “a bigger story than our own little pieces of intellectual mastery.”

Advising Future Physicians
In 2006, SPU achieved a 100 percent medical school acceptance rate through its unique, longtime approach to “shepherding” premed students.

A “Determined Quiet”
Alumna of the Year Lora Jones ’43 proves one person can change the world. Her life exemplifies ardent faith through war, life on a prison farm, and faithfully preaching the gospel.

Goodwill Goalkeeping
Star soccer player Marcus Hahnemann ’93 wins fans in Europe, and represents America in the 2006 World Cup.

My Response
Principal and SPU doctoral student Karol Pulliam considers the classroom implications of John Medina’s 12 brain rules.

Back-Cover Art
Class of 2000 alumna Anne Faith Nicholls gives Response readers a “Page One Examination.”

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