A Pound of Prevention
Early intervention may be the Rx that cures the nation’s health-care woes.
Delaying the Inevitable
Robert Arking ’58’s study of aging yields tips for prolonging one’s health span.
Party with a Purpose
Philanthropic young alumni join forces in Philadelphia to fight cancer.
A Place Called Home
Jack Gardner ’59 helps the mentally ill find companionship, renewed purpose.
Aspiring doctor Treasure Walker ’04 finds there’s much more to being a physician than prescribing pills.
The Crossover Kid
Matt Manganaro ’09 is on the ball in the lab and on the playing field.
A Family Affair
Son’s cancer leads Diana and Lou Ulman ’67 to offer support to other young adults.
Investing with a conscience
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Keeping Up with ‘Dr. Flo’
Argentinean student Florencia Kantt ’11 crafts a creative path to medical school
In the Grain
Cooper Morris ’08 lends a hand in the great American wheat harvest
Jessica Leu Hoy ’04 helps make ‘Pollywood’ Happen
In Memoriam: Dr. Whitfield Bell ’35
Read Whit Bell ’35’s obituary and listen to excerpts from an oral history in which he was featured
In Memoriam: Nathaniel Kirkland ’11
Read Nate Kirkland ’11’s obituary and tributes from two Dickinson community members
Video Feature: Crossover Conversation
Watch a video of “crossover kid” Matt Manganaro ’09 discussing how his experiences in the lab and on the football field have helped prepare him for a medical career
Some Keys to Living Longer:
A Q&A with Robert Arking ’58
Author Vargas Llosa Provokes, Inspires
Mario Vargas Llosa addressed the campus, signed books and met with students as the
fourth recipient of The Harold and Ethel L. Stellfox Visiting Scholars and
Writers Program award.
Public Service Rewarded
Col. Laura Anibal Potter ’89 was promoted to executive officer to the secretary of the Army.
From the Editor
Cutting costs not quality
From These Grounds
Challenging times and change
Antonio Banderas stages a comeback to Carlisle
Health-care frustrations lead Fleegler ’73 to establish scholarship fund
A Light Shines in Zimbabwe / Public Service Rewarded
The Last Word