issue 02 | summer 2006
Home is where the heart is—even when the roof is a bright blue tarp, the closest thing to AC is the front porch, and dinner is a can of tuna…

By Sally Ann Flecker
Photography by Charlie Varley

Tai Shigaki ’44 suffered the indignities of an internment camp during World War II and has spent the rest of her life defending the dignit…

By Jonathan E. Bridge ‘82

Whether it’s building houses for the poor in Africa, helping refugees around the globe, or reviving his own hometown in Ohio, Bill Clarke ’5…

By David Sweet ‘85

Give a man a hammer, and he’ll build a home. Give him a team of eager volunteers, and he’ll build an unforgettable experience.

By Ray Paprock

 

By Whom the Bells Toll

In many ways, the bells of Swasey Chapel are defined not so much by the songs they chime as by the students who chime them.
By Julia Grawemeyer '05
Continuum - By Whom the Bells Toll - Summer 2006

Safe at Home

How baseball coach Barry Craddock transformed a so-so program into a perennial conference contender
By Ray Paprocki
Sports - Safe at Home - Summer 2006

With Thoughts of Home

Artist Maritza Bandera ’06 finds inspiration in the darkest details of her family’s native Mexico
By Fleur Metzger
The Columns - With Thoughts of Home - Summer 2006

Healing the Global Body

For many, idealism lacks a certain grasp on reality. For John Hammock ’66, practical idealism is fueled by reality, no matter how harsh it m…
By Dennis Read
The Columns - Healing the Global Body - Summer 2006

Unsafe at Home

Sociologist Kersti Yllö ’74 has devoted her
career to studying the causes and cures of
domestic violence
By Amy Deeds
The Columns - Unsafe at Home - Summer 2006

Old-School Homeland Security

A poet's best friend... Denison's youngest resident... Provost David Anderson heads home... Unpleasant realities on campus and about Licking…
Uncommon Ground - Old-School Homeland Security - Summer 2006

New Rules to Live by

A poet's best friend... Denison's youngest resident... Provost David Anderson heads home... Unpleasant realities on campus and about Licking…
Uncommon Ground - New Rules to Live by - Summer 2006

Close to Home

A poet's best friend... Denison's youngest resident... Provost David Anderson heads home... Unpleasant realities on campus and about Licking…
Uncommon Ground - Close to Home - Summer 2006

A Homecoming of Sorts

A poet's best friend... Denison's youngest resident... Provost David Anderson heads home... Unpleasant realities on campus and about Licking…
By Evelyn Frolking
Uncommon Ground - A Homecoming of Sorts - Summer 2006

Little Man on Campus

A poet's best friend... Denison's youngest resident... Provost David Anderson heads home... Unpleasant realities on campus and about Licking…
By Ryan Hilperts
Uncommon Ground - Little Man on Campus - Summer 2006

A Home for Yo-Yo

A poet's best friend... Denison's youngest resident... Provost David Anderson heads home... Unpleasant realities on campus and about Licking…
By Amy Deeds
Uncommon Ground - A Home for Yo-Yo - Summer 2006

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