GENTLEMAN AUTHOR: After penning five major books, including a bestselling biography of John F. Kennedy, History Professor Thomas C. Reeves has a new book coming out and is working on yet another major biography.
TAMMY'S STORY: After being diagnosed with cancer and undergoing treatments that left her unable to walk, Tammy Jagelski had two goals: to finish her degree and walk down the aisle at her wedding. She made both. A look at her courageous fight.
AFTER THE STORM: Eight years after being shot down during the Gulf War and held prisoner, Joseph Small III finds himself flying routes to Dallas and Denver for Midwest Express instead of sorties over Kuwait.
A HOUSE FOR JACK: Known by colleagues as a builder, John P. "Jack" Keating prepares to lead UW-Parkside into the new millennium.
ART OF THE BOOK: Art graduate Margaret Suchland creates exquisite hand-made books, from some surprising materials.
FREEDOM UNDER FIRE: More than 100 years after a famous trial of a UW professor, the message of academic freedom rings true.
RESTORING THE PAST: After sitting in the Archives for a quarter century, two duplicates of a famed academic freedom plaque are restored and installed at UW-Parkside.
POWER PLAYS: After two consecutive trips to the NCAA championship tournament, the women's softball team is ready to challenge for a national title in 1997.
ON-LINE CLASSROOM: Math professor Don Piele takes calculus instruction to the World Wide Web.
GIVING BACK: Six volunteers who give of their time in ways that enrich the University.
Short Takes, Alum Notes, Photo Page
SPRING 1996 ISSUE: Download the entire issue!
PRISON LESSONS: A special outreach protram helps inmates at Racine Correctional Institution get a second chance at education.
FALL 1995 ISSUE: Download the entire issue!
HIDDEN TREASURES: main story from fall issue. A look at the University's hundreds of acres of native and restored nature preserves.
With stunning color photography.
Best of Perspective
THE DEAN: Whether it was the famed 1947 fillibuster in the state Assembly that earned him the nickname "leather lungs" or his nonstop fight to get UW-Parkside built in Kenosha, Democratic Rep. George Molinaro built a 30-year political career around getting his way in the state Legislature.
FAITHFUL DEFENDER: A profile of Kenneth Greenquist, former UW Board of Regents president and Racine attorney who fought for free speech and academic freedom in the anti-communist 50s to the protest-stricken 60s. Greenquist was among the founders of UW-Parkside.
25th ANNIVERSARY: Dowload the entire issue!
BIRTH OF A UNIVERSITY: History of UW-Parkside.
DEFINING MOMENTS: colorful timeline of UW-Parkside's first 25 years
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