another little piece of my heart now, baby
Her art is more than a public monument. Reaching out with heart and
mosaics, professor Beryl Solla gives a piece of herself and mends
communities with broken tiles.
History professor Lee Congdon, author of three books on the Great
Generation of Hungarian intellectuals, admits his own intellectual
kinship lies with Europe. Baseball, however, redeems his all-American
The nation’s leading expert on an oak-killing microbe, biology
graduate Dave Rizzo (’83) is trying to halt the disease that’s
endangering dozens of plants, including the giant redwoods, and possibly
oozing its way east.
Lesson in Team-Teaching
Jess and Jazz have been team-teaching autistic children for years,
helping to earn the human in this partnership, Jessica Kahn (’91),
a rare certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching
alumni know what’s kickin’
They constitute the Pity ’da Fool roster, a team in the World
Adult Kickball Association
gotta dig the Madisons
Students help unearth Mount Pleasant, James’ boyhood home.
Auntie Mame of speech pathology
Lucille Jones Clarke Smead (’28) makes a splash as she returns
to campus for her 75th class reunion
The president reviews the year, Constitution Day, a sports genealogy,
your letters, biotechnology and JMU in the news.