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New York SPRING 2002

An Interview with Dean David Rudenstine
Cardozo’s fifth dean talks with Cardozo Life editor Susan Davis about his priorities for the Law School.

Dean Rudenstine  Fighting for "Hearts and Minds":  Towards a Foreign Policy of Information Space
In the war against terrorism, the United States came up short in its ability to influence and shape opinion internationally and to dampen the hatreds instilled by its enemies. Professor Price calls for a new front on the war, where a strategy to change ideas is developed and implemented through the media.
By Monroe Price,
Joseph and Sadie Danciger Professor of Law and Director,
Howard M. Squadron Program in Law, Media and Society

Cardozo Heros
Among the thousands who assisted New Yorkers devastated by the tragedy of September 11, there were Cardozo alumni who used their professional and personal skills to aid their neighbors and community.
By Victoria Rivkin

"More than any of us can bear"
Cardozo lost two alumni in the events of September 11, Andrew Zucker ’99 and Barbara Bracher Olson ’89. At a memorial service, they were remembered by family, friends, and professors. Cardozo Life reprints eulogies by Suzanne Pronesti ’99, Prof. John O. McGinnis, and Solicitor General of the United States Theodore B. Olson.

Supreme Court Admission Around Campus
YU Appoints Rudenstine - Goldstone Delivers Ethics Center Lecture - Cunningham Named Senior Associate Dean - Bauer Lecturer Examines Lawyer Jokes - Howard Squadron Dies - Scholars Find New Connections to Nietzsche - DNA Evidence Exonerates 102nd Prisoner - American Constitution and Federalist Societies Collaborate - Racial Profiling Explored - Women’s Groups Sponsor State v. Mom - International Students Intern in Judges’ Chambers

Faculty Briefs
Seven Visit for Spring - In Memoriam: Hedy Forspan ’90 - Professional Honors - Books Papers Panels

Alumni News & Notes
Alumni Admitted to Supreme Court • Cardozo On-Line Connected • Capital Campaign Supports Lobby and Library Renovations • Parents Participate in Cardozo’s Future 
From the Dean
Class Actions

COVER PHOTOS: Six months after September 11, two columns of light were projected nightly for a month as a symbol of remembrance. “The Sphere,” a sculpture by Fritz Koenig that had resided in the World Trade Center plaza, was moved to Battery Park, where it remains a monument to fostering peace