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Past Issues 2017-2010


Summer 2017

Special Section: Party Like It's Been 19 Years - When President Walter Harrison concluded his inauguration message in 1999, he quoted the artist Prince’s hit song, “1999,” saying “now let’s party like it’s 1999.”  Read this issue.


Fall 2016

Special Section: There Are No Limits to How Far Our Alumni Can Go - In early July, after a few exhausting, but exhilarating, days participating in the U.S. Paralympic Track and Field tryouts in Charlotte, N.C., Chaz waited with eager anticipation for the men’s team that would compete in Rio to be announced on July 3.  Read this issue.


Fall 2015

Special Section: Archaeologists unearth an Ancient Mosaic Floor in Israel - On a warm June day in summer 2015, Maha Darawsha stepped down into a 6-foot-deep excavation hole at an archaeological site in Nazareth, Israel.  Read this issue.


Spring 2015

Special Section: Commencement 2015 - More than 400 master’s and doctoral candidates and recipients of graduate certificates gathered on Gengras lawn to receive their degrees and celebrate.  Read this issue.


Winter 2014

Special Section: Empowering Change - University launches weeklong event to celebrate 50th anniversary of signing of Civil Rights Act of 1964.  Read this issue.


Spring 2014

Special Section: It's in the Genes - Your DNA is different from everyone else’s and can be used either to convict you or, in the case of The Innocence Project, to exonerate you, of a crime.  Read this issue.


Fall 2013

Special Section: Upside Down, Inside Out - Just as industry is always looking to build a better mousetrap, educators are constantly evaluating their teaching methods and looking to improve the results.  Read this issue.


Spring 2013

Special Section: President Obama Comes to Campus - “This is the most exciting thing that’s ever happened here!” one student exclaimed. “I can’t believe the president is coming to our school.  Read this issue.


Fall 2012

Special Section: Spotlight on Hillyer - Spotlight on Hillyer Photos of Hillyer Hall from then and now, the opening of the new addition to Hillyer Hall, and Hillyer College faculty research.  Read this issue.


Spring 2012

Special Section: Commencement Weekend 2012 - Approximately 400 students received their master’s and doctoral degrees on Saturday, May 19, with an estimated crowd of 3,000 in attendance.  Read this issue.


Winter 2012

Special Section: Black History - University faculty members Warren Goldstein and Robert Churchill write about Martin Luther King Jr. and the Underground Railroad, respectively.  Read this issue.


Fall 2011

Special Section: Rising from the Ashes - Twin waterfall pools set in the footprints of the two World Trade Center towers bear the names of those who lost their lives on 9/11 engraved on the parapets surrounding the pools.  Read this issue.


Spring 2011

Special Section: Healing Through Art - The students job is to find a project that engages the residents on their own terms. Students take advantage of their partners' interests, facilities, coordination, and in some way wake up that life inside of them.  Read this issue.


Winter 2011

Special Section: The Future is Nao - Local professors are the first to program a robot with an ethical decision-making principle.  Read this issue.


Fall 2010

Special Section: Our Campus, Our Planet - Students learned about environmental issues on campus, steps the University is taking to reduce its carbon footprint and energy consumption, and ways in which students can help make a difference.  Read this issue.


Spring 2010

Special Section: 9 to 5, Act II - Everyone is talking about jobs these days. Alumni tell us about some pretty surprising career moves they have made and how their University degree helped prepare them for changes.  Read this issue.


Winter 2010

Special Section: A University for the World - Once a commuter school focused on its immediate community, the University has expanded its sphere of influence through a variety of global connections.  Read this issue.