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Colby to the Corps
College is tops per capita in numbers of graduates who join the Peace Corps.

Nijikai to Follow
What can alumni do in Tokyo? Try NESCAC bowling.


Peter Doran '58
A Public Priority

Judi Garcia '63
Real People, Real Needs

Bob Duchesne '75
Egging Him On

Greg Ciottone '87
Drawn to Disaster

Harry R. Wiley '51

Charles J. Hely '68

Mike Swift '85

Newsmakers &


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Joseph Jones '75

John E. Wentworth '73 is president of Moosehead Manufacturing Company in Greenville, Maine. (He says he is but the figurehead of the company: "The 'company' is everyone who works here and makes the company what it is.") Whatever, said the American Furniture Manufacturers Association, which represents hundreds of U.S. manufacturers and suppliers in the furniture industry, and named Wentworth to its board of directors * Tim Glidden '74 is the new director of Land for Maine's Future, a $10-million annual program committed to protecting Maine's natural landscape. A Maine Times article reported that he plans to integrate land management, natural resource protection and biodiversity into the program's traditional focus on saving scenic and waterfront property in the state * Joseph Jones '75 is the new dean of the school of education and social sciences at Messiah College in Granthan, Pa. He served previously as chair of the department of justice education at Taylor University * Linda J. Frechette '79 recently received the Edward L. Bernays Award from the Maine Public Relations Council. A past president of the council, she has operated her own public relations firm in Yarmouth, Maine, for seven years * The American Public Health Association honored Angela D. Mickalide '79 with the Sarah Mazelis Award for outstanding public health education. She has served as the program director of the National SAFE KIDS campaign for 11 years.


Deaths: Carl P. Snyder Jr. '78, April 17, 2001, in Richmond, Va., at 45.



Better to Give:
A surge in community service refelcts Colby tradition and national trends

Profiles in Giving

Asking Why
Campus activists question factors that lead to need

The President's Page: "The Liberal Art of Giving"

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