September 1999 Features


Against All Odds
Surviving the Horrors of the Holocaust, Tom Lantos Got a Fresh Start at the UW. Now Serving in Congress, His Story is Part of an Oscar-Winning Film. By Jon Marmor

Frisky Business
Student Entrepreneurs Gain the Experience, Contacts and Confidence Necessary to Launch Their Own Companies. By Brad Broberg

 

Class Acts: The Total List
Answering Our Call, Readers from Six Decades Remember Their Favorite Professors. We Include All Tributes in this On-Line Version. By the Readers of Columns

Places in the Heart
Could Bacteria Be One of the Causes of Heart Disease? The UW Leads an $11 Million Study to Find Out. By Julie Garner

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Extras

  • Returning the Favor Pamela Reed, '75, returns from Hollywood to give advice to UW drama students.
  • Super Quarterback Chris Chandler, '87, led the Atlanta Falcons to the Super Bowl and hopes to do it again.
  • He Helped Save the World Chemical Engineer Waldo Semon, '24, helped invent syntheic rubber--vital to the Allies during World War II.
  • On and Off the Ave: Rare but Stinky Flower. Sun Dodgers Rise Again.

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Class Notes

 
 
 
Making Ripples: The waters of Lake Washington near the arboretum have always been a populoar spot for a date in a canoe. This file photo is from the 1950s.
  • Alumnotes: News of classmates from 1935 to 1999
  • Obituaries Alumni, faculty and friends of the University
  • Returning the Favor Pamela Reed, '75, returns from Hollywood to give advice to UW drama students.
  • Super Quarterback Chris Chandler, '87, lead the Atlanta Falcons to the Super Bowl and hopes to do it again.
  • He Helped Save the World Chemical Engineer Waldo Semon, '24, helped invent syntheic rubber--vital to the Allies during World War II.
  • Alumnotes Page How to submit a class note plus our Alumnotes Archive


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