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SPRING
Vol. V, No. 2

 

 

features
Who’s the boss? Part I (684K)
   Alumni entrepreneurs make
   it their business
   by Daniel Murphy ’97

When TV teaches (452K)
   One Prof, 12 students and
   15 weeks to document life
   by Ned Eckhardt

Picture the Campus (N/A)
   A photo essay
   by Craig Terry

Enabled to succeed (536K)
   Everyone can live and learn
    with curb cuts and braille
   books on campus
   by D. A. Barsotti ’79

alumni advisor
How to avoid double-paying your mutual fund taxes
   by Ric Edelman ’80

alumni profile
The right touch
   Michael Adler ’83

alumni sidebars
A bridge too far?
   Bill Campbell ’95

Bonavita ‘peppers’ the air waves
   Sam Bonavita ’87

after words
A room of my own
   by Melissa F. Sherman ’86

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SUMMER
Vol. V, No. 3

 

 

features
Who’s the boss? Part II (528K)
   Alumni entrepreneurs make
   it their business
   by Daniel Murphy ’97

Engineering marvels (804K)
   The pride of pioneering Rowan’s
   E-school
   by D.A. Barsotti ’79

Writing what they know (520K)
   Student’s stories about all of us
   by Kimberly Davies ’02, Dan O’Neill ’00
   and Domenick Annuzzi ’00

Mental hygiene (688K)
   An alum’s book about manners
   and morals in quirky
   classroom films
   by Ken Smith ’80

alumni profile
Mr. Collins goes to Trenton
   Jack Collins ’64, ’67

alumni sidebars
Everything but a cow
   Henry W. Sulzman ’58

The train collector
   Gordon Wilson ’62, ’69

after words
The diploma
   by Ros Psolka ’90

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FALL
Vol. VI, No. 1

 

features
Lies unlimited (488K)
   Fibs, fiction and flagrant forgery
   By Melissa Field Sherman ’86

Adventures in Bangladesh (N/A)
   Learning around the world
   By Edward C. Smith III

Golden years on the gridiron (477K)
   Football from ’47 forward
   By Michael Shute ’93

alumni sidebars
The history of swing
   Judy Dickinson ’72

Her future’s so bright…
   Eden Wexler ’89

after words
Who wants my 33s?
   By Jim Koscs ’85

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