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 SPRING
 Vol. VIII, No. 2

 

 

 

features
Love Stories
   Forget Virginia. The ’Boro
   is for lovers.
   by Brian Salvatore ’03

Road trip tales
   Part adventure, part confession,
   all worth smiling about now that
   it’s over
   By Jacqueline Hinkey Visser ’91,
   Karen A. Mammen ’99 and
   Rob Friedman ’78

Junk English
   The linguistic equivalent of junk
   food—and we’re all guilty!
   By Ken Smith ’80

alumni profile
On the frontline of a new Gulf War
   Jeff Bender ’81

alumni sidebars
Dream big, deliver bigger
   Matt Feinberg ’83

Digital video pro
   Lisa Rysinger ’94, ’02

afterwords
Remembering Sabrina
   By Rosalinda Psolka ’90

 SUMMER
 Vol. VIII, No. 3

 

 


features
Arboreal Anthology
   A collection of writing and
   reminiscence about the most
   senior members of the campus
   family.

See the campus for the trees
   A photo essay
   by Craig Terry

All power, no puff

   Four accomplished and influential
   alumnae circle back to their alma
   mater as leaders
   By Sabatino Mangini ’01

alumni sidebars
Not-so-random acts of kindness
   Nicole Massey Summers ’02

Two ways to get your football fix
   John Hansen ’93
   Tom Wilson ’90

afterwords
Bringing the family
   By Susan Parker ’74

 FALL
 Vol. IX, No. 1

 

 


features
The most wonderful time
of the year

   A collection of photos and
   memorabilia from campus
   holiday celebrations

Microscopic to cosmic
   Rowan’s Science Hall opens
   a new era
   By Wendy Lathrope ’94, ’00

80 years young
   Who knew what the Normal
   School could become?
   By Sabatino Mangini ’01

alumni profile
Jersey boy hooks the big one
   Mike Iaconelli ’96

alumni sidebars
Natale paints Rowan’s history
   Marie Natale ’75, ’79

Funny girl

   Dena Querubin Blizzard ’94

Ms. NJ makes music matter
   Geralyn Choltco Watson ’94

Living History
   Frances Cook Schnabel ’43

afterwords
A little to soon for golden oldies
   By Keith Forrest ’88

 
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