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U of L Magazine

Fall 1998


FIELD OF DREAMS

When it was time for leaders to come forward and make the new stadium a reality for U of L, it wasn't the government or corporations that took the biggest step - it was the fans.

PAIRS OF GENES

Building on the work of the Louisville Twin Study, the world's oldest continuing study of twins, U of L behavioral geneticist Kay Philips is searching for the genes that influence human behavior.

SEEING RED

The U of L Alumni Association has undergone numerous changes over the years, but has come back stronger with each reincarnation. Today the association serves more than 80,000 alumni and connects with supporters around the globe.

LIFE AND DEATH

Scores of death row inmates have won new trials and, in some cases, their freedom because they were poorly represented. How fairly is the death penalty applied? Not fairly enough, argues Stephen B. Bright of the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta, a recent guest of the Kentucky Center for Public Issues and U of L.