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In this issue we treat topics both historical and contemporary. There is an article about the first American woman Ph.D. in mathematics. An article about the remarkable contemporary mathematician Vladimir Arnold. A piece about home schooling and another about privacy and electronic data. We also explore data mining---a hot current topic. And there is an article about AIDS in India. April is Mathematics Awareness Month, and the topic this year is data and statistics. We endeavor to present subjects that bear on this theme. --Steven G. Krantz, Editor

Memories of Vladimir Arnold

Boris Khesin and Serge Tabachnikov, Coordinating Editors

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Winifred Edgerton Merrill: "She Opened the Door"

Susan E. Kelly and Sarah A. Rozner

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Mathematics and Home Schooling

Kathleen Ambruso Acker, Mary W. Gray, Behzad Jalali, Matthew Pascal

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Privacy in a World of Electronic Data: Whom Should You Trust?
Stephen E. Fienberg

Letters to the Editor

The Beginning of Infinity: Explanations That Transformed the World--A Book Review
Reviewed by William G. Faris

Why Beliefs Matter: Reflections on the Nature of Science--A Book Review
Reviewed by Gerald B. Folland


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