Shining a Light
Professor and former student Phil Goropoulos ’97 document the AIDS epidemic in a highly personal way.
Keeping the Beat
‘Service-trip junkie’ Maury Joseph ’09 has a substantial to-do list.
A Mighty Heart for Service
Project SHARE volunteer envisions social change on an institutional level
Val Harmon '05's horizons reach from the Bronx to Carlisle and back.
The Accidental Candidate
Quintin Mecke '95 campaigns for social justice.
On the Ball
Little league leader Danny McKee ’78 is doing big things in a small town.
Queen Bee Marie
The Provost's secretary has had the scoop on campus doings for 52 years and counting.
Jeff Gruver and Roger Baker chip away at the limestone tradition.
Brian Ruszczyk ’88 and Grace Jarvis provide students opportunities on campus and in Chile.
Right On, Beat
Joshua Kupetz ’96 brings new light to the Kerouac classic.
Nurturing a Novelist
Sylvie Davidson, The John J. Curley ’60 and Ann Conser Curley ’63 Faculty Chair in Global Education, helps Moustapha Minte ’08 find a publisher for his novel.
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Alumnus Aids Tsunami Victims
In the wake of the devastating 2004 tsunami in Indonesia, Barry Swartz
’67 joined two humanitarian trips to Banda Aceh, Sumatra, lending his
surgical expertise to victims.
Priming the Potential
Andrew Ferguson ’06 positions his pupils for a bright future.
For Lydia, for All
Joseph Gaskin ’74 tackles statewide inclusion of students with disabilities.
Prominent international alumnus Chris Devries ’69 passes on.
From the Editor
The Year of Seeking Sustainability
From These Grounds
Creativity Meets KPIs and Other Measures for Success
The Last Word
ServeHAITI: Bringing Health and Hope