The fall 2016 magazine is coming your way very soon, and there’s a unique aspect to this issue — it’s the first time we’ve wrapped a picture around to the back cover.
From both inside and out, we are excited to share photos of the Ganus Activities Complex (formerly Ganus Athletic Center) highlighting the renovated, expanded and improved version of a campus mainstay. The facilities and equipment are truly impressive, and students are utilizing the much needed improvement to the recreation and wellness scene on campus.
In our other two features, Dr. Phil Thompson poignantly discusses the topics of suffering and death, and we share the stories of five staff members who play key behind-the-scenes roles on campus.
Homecoming’s alumni award winners are presented in more depth this year, and in our End Note, former Provost Larry Long gives advice to his successor.
Look for it in your mailbox and online soon. As always, let us know your thoughts.
Tom Buterbaugh, editor/designer
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