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Student life begins at ‘The Joe’

Sagebrush editors carry on long history

Award-winning family storytelling

2 Student life begins at ‘The Joe’

10 Sagebrush editors carry on long history

32 Award-winning family storytelling

 

Table of Contents

Letter from University President Milton Glick - Why graduation rates matter

14 Good Medicine – Accelerating the pace of discovery

16 University News – Orvis celebrates 50 years of service

22 Pack Tracks – Wolf Pack stars join Nevada Hall of Fame

26 What I’ve Learned – Paul Bible ’62 (economics)

28 University For You – 2008 summer camps and activities

35 Five Questions With – George Gowgani ’72M.S., ’75 Ph.D.

36  Refresher Course – Nevada’s early caucus

37 Ten Things You Didn’t Know About – George Washington

38 Gatherings – Foundation Banquet and Vintage Nevada

40 On Philanthropy – Moving at the speed of Gillemot

44 Bookshelf – Trial by polemical fire?

46 NevadaScope – Tips on conserving water

47 Home Means Nevada

62 Tell Me How Nevada Was - Student union evolves

About the Cover

Photographer Jeff Ross took this picture of President Milton Glick, Graduate Student Association President Rebecca Bevans ’01 (psychology), President Emeritus Joe Crowley and Associated Students of the University of Nevada President Sarah Ragsdale from inside the under-construction Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center on opening day of the Joe Crowley Student Union, Nov. 15. The fourth floor of the Knowledge Center looks out on the new student union. Synergy between the two buildings has been incorporated into their design: traffic from one will flow seamlessly to the other, allowing students, faculty and visitors to study, conduct research, socialize, eat, shop and enjoy entertainment within walking distance of each activity. The Knowledge Center is slated to open in August 2008.

 

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