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Beth Throne '95 joins the show to talk about her current role as leader of F&M's Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development (OSPGD), what kind of student she was growing up, her various careers after F&M, her return to F&M to launch OSPGD, and some exciting personal news.


Julia Fleisch '16 and Kabir Hossain '16 have given a lot of thought to the next chapters of their lives and discuss what it's like--and what they have learned--as college students today.

A rising junior, Greg Fullam '18 has a unique take on the lifelong values of a liberal arts education. His goal has been to integrate his interests in art, writing, and nature--a combination that drew him to the field of environmental studies. He talks about his many learning experiences, and how much he has changed already since he arrived at F&M.


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About this Issue 

Spring 2016 / Issue 85

  • Editor

    Chris Karlesky '01

  • Contributing Editors

    Kevin Burke, Greg Wright and Todd Lineburger

  • Designer

    Landesberg Design

  • Production Manager & Class Notes Designer

    Anita Focht