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  • By Wil Haygood
    Professor John Callahan and Adam Bradley B.A. ’96 compose the bridge to Ellison’s unfinished second novel.

Features

  • From farm to cup, Bruce Mullins B.S. ’77 has devoted himself to America’s favorite beverage, improving coffee-growing communities, and the environment, along the way.
  • With new funding, experienced staff, expanded programs, and a worldwide presence, Lewis & Clark’s Center for Animal Law Studies is a leader in its field.

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Profiles

  • Two weeks before he headed off to college, Román D. Hernández was harvesting onions for 16 cents a bushel in rural eastern Oregon.“Now the process is automated,” he says. “Back then, people worked bent over close to the ground or on their knees.”
  • By Pattie Pace
    The story of Román D. Hernández J.D. ’00
  • In 1998, Kayla Fioravanti went on a mission to rid her 4-year-old son Keegan of a persistent case of ringworm near his eye. She rubbed on over-the-counter ointments and tried prescription treatments, but nothing cured the fungal infection.
  • “Mom, I don’t want any toys for Christmas. I just want to be with my sisters and brother that day.” That seemingly simple request from her youngest daughter, adopted from foster care, highlights one of the core values Judy Cockerton B.A. ‘73 champions in her quest to help inspire a reenvisioning of foster care in America: keeping siblings connected.
  • By Pattie Pace
    The story of Ethan Rose B.A. ’00
  • In 1970, when Chris Mills M.A.T. ‘84 was 15, he took a summer job as coach of a junior baseball team. Rain or shine, he taught elementary-age boys the basics of fielding, switching up pitches, and smacking one out of the park—or at least past the infield. A constant focus was teamwork.

Afterword

  • Lisa LeSage’s story of the 8.8-magnitude earthquake that struck the coast of central Chile on Feburary 27, 2010.

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