A studentʼs doubts about K are devoured by THE BEAR. Jim VanSweden ʼ73.
Jothy Rosenberg ʼ78 recalls the “clean start” of K, a matter of dancing, math, and the extraordinary devotion of Professor T.J. Smith.
Travis Smith ʼ10 describes his life-changing experience in the Collegeʼs Center for Civic Engagement.
Susan Larson ’63 guides the listener through Bowen Hall, basement to theatre aerie (and the incomparable Nelda Balch).
Sally Goddard recalls campus life in the late ’50s and early ’60s: Lots of fun! … worth every late minute.
A book writing project in a local elementary school made a memorable connection for Alex Rigney ’13.
Chemistry professor and tennis coach Allen Stowe provided some life-changing advice to Tom Smith ’55.
Not hardly. Business consultant Chris Rollyson ’82 describes how liberal arts passions have a way of working out in unexpected and profitable ways.
When Christmas dinner prep was interrupted by a kidney stone, these K friends crashed a hospital party. Amy (Vargo) Buttery ʼ82 and Betty (Johnston) Rudolph ʼ82 share the story
Dana Bourland ʼ94 said goodbye and thank you to the women with whom sheʼd worked as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Belize. It was a day in a place the local women had never visited.