All the letters, all the time. Most recently: . . . I sincerely
doubt the majority of men give either overt or tacit approval to any violence
against women, whether it be rape or mere beatings. . . .
Around the Pond
David and Kathleen Scott say farewell to UMass; the Sunwheel gets an upgrade;
and other highlights.
Branches of Learning
Jake Chused 03 represents SOM in the first of a new, student-centered
tour through the schools and colleges. Plus the Deans List
of faculty honors.
John Simpson 89 had built temples in his head for years. Now his
Kathmandu was taking shape in Hampden Gallery at the Springfield
Museums on the Mall in Washington.
Pitching for Victory
Danielle Henderson 99 brings home the gold from the Olympics softball
competition. Plus a tip of the Stetson to other Umies at the Sydney games.
Big Trouble, Little
In this School of Athens essay, communications professor Sut
Jhally and alumnus Jackson Katz see culture-wide confusions in last years
reaction to attacks on campus.
Homage to the neighborhood: tales of the American Shtetl.
Because life evolves: The Career Planning Network is there for
alumni as well as students. Plus In Memoriam; and other family business.
If any sport can be called beautiful, fencing is it: at practice in Totman
Gym with the UMass club.
Here's looking at you, kids: the classnotes editor on her source of inspiration.