Creighton University Window Fall 1998
Le Beau, Bryan
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THE ORDEAL OF PHILIP AND MARY ENGLISH / THE HUNTED Dr. Bryan Le Beau, chair of the Department of History, is the author of a new book on the Salem witch trials (pictured at right). Inside this issue, Dr. Le Beau chronicles the a ordeal of two of the accused. See Page 4.DANCES WITH STEEL: LITTLETON ALSTON'S 'TREE OF LIFE' SPROUTS ON CHICAGO'S NAVY PIER / DANCING WITH STEEL A sculpture by Creighton's Littleton Alston, titled the "Tree of Life," takes root in Chicago. Read more about how the artist brought it to life, beginning on Page 12.THEOLOGY IN THE PIT OF THE STOMACH : PURSUING CREIGHTON'S EDUCATIONAL MISSION IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC / THEOLOGY IN THE PIT OF THE STOMACH Roger Bergman, director of the Justice and Peace Studies Program, joined a group of Arts and Sciences students in the Dominican Republic this past spring as part of Creighton's Semestre Dominicano. What did they discover? Find out, starting on Page 16.GOING STRONG AFTER 50 / STRENGTH TRAINING OVER 50 Dr. Thomas Baechle, chair of Creighton's Exercise Science Department, has a message for aging baby boomers: If you want to enjoy an active retirement, start strength training now. See story on Page 22.