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Past Issues 2009-2005

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Fall, 2009

Special Section: Alumni Hit the Big Time - Alumni of the University of Hartford have found success in virtually every career niche. We highlight seven who have made their marks on Broadway, in the PGA, at ESPN, and Rolling Stone.  Read this issue.

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Spring, 2009

Special Section: Body of Knowledge - Featuring undergraduate and graduate programs in ENHP, A&S, and CETA that prepare students with interests in the field of health care.  Read this issue.

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Winter, 2009

Special Section: A Rebirth for Hartt, for the University, for the City - Ballet pedagogy student Ashley Fichera ’10 and music theatre major Benjamin Goldsmith ’09 at the new Mort and Irma Handel Performing Arts Center.  Read this issue.

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Fall, 2008

Special Section: Success Counts! - The University of Hartford’s Campaign of Commitment ended successfully on June 30, having surpassed the $175 million fundraising mark.  Read this issue.

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Spring, 2008

Special Section: Sustainability Rules! - Faculty, students, staff, alumni, and the University administration have all caught the green bug. Read how those on campus and alumni with “green” jobs are working to reduce, reuse, and recycle.  Read this issue.

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Winter, 2008

Special Section: Technology Today - Dean Lou Manzione of the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, introduces a series of articles describing technology’s ubiquitous presence on campus.  Read this issue.

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Fall, 2007

In Celebration of the 50th Anniversary: Former director of the Hartford Art School, Alan Tompkins, celebrates his 100th birthday with an exhibit of his paintings in Silpe Gallery; the University to bury a new time capsule; and more.  Read this issue.

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Spring, 2007

Cover Story: Let's Celebrate - President Harrison kicks off anniversary events as speaker at Hartford’s Rising Star Breakfast; a collage of photos from the Day in the Life project; photos of the celebrations on Founders’ Day.  Read this issue.

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Winter, 2007

Cover Story: It’s Nifty to Be 50! - The University of Hartford was chartered on Feb. 21, 1957. Three institutions —Hartford Art School, Hillyer College, and Hartt College of Music—joined together to meet the needs of the local community.  Read this issue.

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Summer, 2006

Cover Story: Mothers Of Nations - A photography exhibit at the George J. Sherman and Lottie K. Sherman Museum of Jewish Civilization is part of the 20th-anniversary celebration at the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies.  Read this issue.

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Spring, 2006

Cover Story: Creativity Weds Technology - The University has announced plans to build a new facility at the Hartford Art School that will allow generations of future students to fully explore the new media.  Read this issue.

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Winter, 2006

Cover Story: A Passion for Preserving the Past - The archives have always fascinated me, maybe because I’ve lived through all these years,” says Ethel Bacon ’44, M’55, who will soon retire from the post she has held for 45 years.  Read this issue.

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Fall, 2005

Cover Story: Hawks Defend New Turf - Students, alumni, and friends of University of Hartford athletics all gathered for the first home game of the season on Al-Marzook Field's new all-weather turf  Read this issue.

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Summer, 2005

Special Section: The completion of the striking ISET (Integrated Science, Engineering, and Technology) building depicted on our cover signifies the university’s entry into a new era.  Read this issue.

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Winter, 2005

Cover Story: Hartford Filmmaker Has a Different Point of View - Assistant Professor Julie Wyman introduces her film, Buoyant, at the newly reopened Museum of Modern Art in New York City.  Read this issue.