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-- Campus --
Longtime faculty member reflects on what students teach professors

"Take my summer job, PEAS!"

Student essay from Maggie Santolla '01

In the News

Technoweb

Leadership and Service
-- Cover Story --
Integrating the Arts into our Everyday Lives
-- Alumni --
Anne Marie Sorenson '96 gives a firsthand report of the destruction wreaked by Hurricane Mitch.

Class Notes

Mary Adix '86 draws inspiration from her grandchildren for successful art show.

K-State President Jon Wefald '59 named Kansan of the Year.

Lute Salute

Carl Florea '76: Media mislabel pastor's fast as "hunger strike."

A Window to the Past
-- Sports --
Game, set, match: Tennis Coach Mike Benson '69 retires after 30 years

-- Miscellaneous --
Arts and Events Calendar

Advertisements and Announcements


About this issue

O N   T H E   C O V E R
It was in this corner of her studio in rural White Salmon, Wash., that Julie (Semler ’79) Ueland created her famous “Fish” pottery pattern. In the cover photo, Ueland adds the finishing touches to a brand new pastel-colored pattern called “Water Lily” that was inspired by Monet’s works. Each piece of Ueland pottery is done completely by hand - painted, etched, fired, glazed, and fired again. PHOTO BY CHRIS TUMBUSCH.

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