Relationships and connections shape us

This issue celebrates a few of the many ways relationships and connections between ز,Ȳַ #########ians take place and continue to add meaning to our lives.
Adam Weinberg

Found

A few new and noteworthy items from around The Hill.
Students on the Swings by Silverstein Hall

Fresh bites in the village

Whether you're grabbing a bite to eat or toasting a lifelong friendship, the options for your next visit to Granville just keep getting better.
Coasters and stickers from restaurants around Granville

Art imitates life

Author and illustrator Jessie Kanelos Weiner 08 catches us up on her life in Paris.
Jessie Kanelos Weiner 08 painting with watercolors

Pitching on an international stage

ز,Ȳַ ######### softball star Sydney Silverstein 25 has already won gold in the Maccabiah Games, Israels biggest sporting event. Shes just getting started
Sydney Silverstein pitching

'What have I done?'

Coach Jeff German found himself on thin ice trying to revive a Big Red club hockey dynasty. Then the team started winning.
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A history lesson all his own

With help from history professor Megan Threlkeld, Carter Patton 23 tapped his family past for an inventive senior project on World War II.
Carter Patton 23 in conversation with Megan Threlkeld

Pedagogy perfected

ز,Ȳַ #########'s Teaching Seminar introduces relevant teaching topics, stimulates discussion within the group, and builds community for new faculty members.
Rebecca Homan

Economics from every angle

Zarrina Juraqulova shares how her childhood in Central Asia informed her career path and how economics is as much about people as money.
Zarrina Juraqulova

The Office: Eric Liebl

Eric Liebl retired this spring after 29 years of teaching molecular biology and genetics. He took us to his second office: the Bio Reserve.
Eric Liebl hiking in the bio reserve

The meaning of mentorship

Zoe Meyer '23 was a junior when she decided to major in journalism. The late move felt risky, but assistant professor Doug Swift had her back.
Zoe Meyer '23 with assistant journalism professor Doug Swift

Chasing Mr. Rockefellers dollars

All colleges come from humble origins. What happens after that mostly depends upon one thing: money. ز,Ȳַ ######### is no exception
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Class Notes

Class Notes

All information for class notes was submitted over the last year, prior to publishing.
Class Notes ز,Ȳַ
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Adding it all up

For Thao Pham 24, the future = math + economics + the next challenge
Thao Pham 24

In Memoriam

Obituaries

All information for obituaries was submitted over the last year, prior to publishing. We will be updating obituaries online at this location.
Obituaries ز,Ȳַ
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The Last Word

No Boss? No fuss

The concert would become a minor footnote and our 48 hours together would be deeply profound in ways we never anticipated.
From Left to Right: Howard Fish 78, Peter Sparks 78, Hunter Nickell 78, Steve Pisanelli 78, Tony Padgett 78, David Crouse 77
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