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 SPRING
 Vol. X, No. 2

 

 

 

features
Green again
   History and horticulture thrive
   in Sangree Greenhouse
   by Susan Decoteau Ferrier M’04

CSI: Alumni
   Forensics gives these three grads
   answers to who, how and why
  By Tim Zaatzariny94

Our own top ten
   Rowan Magazine’s 10-year check-up
   gets a thumps-up
   By Lori Marshall M’92

after class
   John Collins
   Byron Young

alumni profile
Wrapped up in her art
   Georgina Blake Fries ’60

alumni sidebars
Doing art differently—
and doing it right

   Harry Bower ’75

Time travel, American style
   Wellington Watts ’88, M’97

afterwords
Still a college kid after all these years
   By Gregg Clayton ’81

 SUMMER
 Vol. X, No. 3

 

 

 

features
Rowan diamonds
   Prof baseball history reflects
   winning ways
   By Michael Shute ’93

Glassboro’s hot sauce connection
   Glassboro had glass, Avery Island had
   peppers. An alum digs up the connection
   between the two.
   By Michael Bernstein ’82

The art’s the thing
   A photo essay on Phil Graneto's
   fine art performance
   Art By Phil Graneto
   Photos by Craig Terry


alumni sidebars
Grand martial artists
   Bruce Kahn ’66, M’69
   Nancy Bauman ’81

afterwords
Now batting for…
   By Alan Michnowski ’75

 FALL
 Vol. XI, No. 1

 

 

 

features
Back in the ’boro
   Seven tales of grads’ town-gown ties
   By Sabatino Mangini ’01, M’04

Advertising history
   Once upon a time, yearbooks sold ads
   to pay bills. Today those ads have an
   interesting story to tell us.
   By Lori Marshall M’92

Townhome, sweet townhome
   Take a tour of Rowan’s newest
   residences
   By Michael Shute M’93

alumni profile
Day of disaster, life of hope
   Lindsey Roy ’04

alumni sidebars
Stories from the Gulf
   Lary Yurkonis ’01
   Steve Kiefer ’80

Alums celebrate a friend and
follow his footsteps

   Dan Ryan ’92

afterwords
Unlikely friends
   By Renee Negin ’94, M’05



 
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