May | June 2010

Feature

Personal History

Cover Story

Native Intelligence

Feature

Architectural Digest

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Feature

Personal History

Ornamental as well as informative, old student scrapbooks spill forth a bounty of ephemera, nostalgia and beautiful garbage.

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Cover Story

Native Intelligence

Jodi Archambault Gillette ’91, the first American Indian to serve as White House liaison with U.S. tribes, considers herself the front door for tribal input.

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Feature

Architectural Digest

Even without a professional program, the College inspires graduates to find careers in design.

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TRIBUTE

Fishing With George

As he slowed down, our friendship turned tender and I came to see our time together in a different light.

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PERSONAL HISTORY

Happy Feet

With the clarity of hindsight, an alum finally discovers what she should have requested as the ultimate graduation gift.

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ALUMNI OPINION

Return of the Critic

Three decades ago the author wrote an architectural review of campus for DAM. In the wake of a recent building boom, he’s back for another look.

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Interview

“It’s Complicated”

Education journalist, documentarian and PBS contributor John Merrow ’63 weighs in on the hot-button issues facing our nation’s schools.

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Sports

Clutch Performance

Baseball coaching legend Tony Lupien gave a hard-hitting former GI the opportunity of a lifetime.

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BIG PICTURE

Preservation Corps

Among the hundreds of student scrapbooks stored in Special Collections is that of Conrad Snow, class of 1912, who dedicated several pages to the 1911 football loss to Harvard.

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