Montpelier - Spring 1998

Montpelier Magazine
James Madison University
MSC 6901
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
In Every Issue:

   Dukes Digest

  • Charles Haley Celebrates 'Haul of Fame' Induction at JMU
  • Dennis Byers Leads Dukes Club
   Alumni News
  • VA Commerce Secretary Barry DuVal ('81) Gives Founders Lecture
  • Mark of Distinction Carl Lentz ('73) and Stephen Leeolou ('78)
  • Six Students Receive Alumni Scholarships
  • Champion Swimmer Evelyn Dickson Dowling ('49)
  • Coalition Builder Charles Cunningham ('81)
  • Corporate Draw David Rennyson ('91)
   Class Notes Features:

   Carrier Steps Down, But Not Out

    First JMU president to become first JMU chancellor.
   The Writer's Block
    Books by JMU professors.
   Ex Libris
    Books by JMU alumni.
   Miss Multiplicity
    Aimee Vaughan has found time in the traditional four years of college to be a time management inspiration. She plays lacrosse and soccer, and is a dean's list student as an accounting major and Russian minor.
    Elizabeth Wilson Gauldin ('50) helped fly us to the moon, let us play among the stars, let us see what spring is like on Jupiter and Mars...
   Alumni Defy Gravity and Odds with Blue Angels
  • Right Wing Pat Cooke ('83) Pulls Gs and Pushes the Envelope
  • Supply Officer Duke Heinz ('89) is Invisible, But Indispensable
   Small Universe
    JMU physics professor Kevin Giovanetti works with his undergraduate students at the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility at the Thoman Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News, Virginia.
   Bluestone Journal
    In the Merry Month of May

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