It was a pleasant, late-March evening on the Duke campus and the tulips were blooming near the neo-Gothic chapel. But university president Richard Brodhead could hardly enjoy the night air.
As Brodhead, a silver-haired scholar of 19th-century American literature, stepped out onto a campus green he was immediately bathed in television-camera lights and swarmed by shouting, placard-waving female students.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? From witnesses to University of Maryland officials, keeping tabs on the key figures. PG 15D