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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

  • 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.
  • 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.

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Profiles

  • By Pattie Pace
    The story of Judy Cockerton B.A. ’73
  • In a stark white room, the exposed mechanisms of more than 100 music boxes grace the walls and seem to sparkle with sound. Visitors move slowly along the room’s perimeter, mesmerized by the unique sounds of miniature tines on metal.
  • 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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