|VOL.6 NO.4||THE MAGAZINE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH||Spring 1997|
|F E A T U R E S|
|12||COMING TO TERMS
WITH SEMESTER CONVERSION|
When quarters become a thing of the past.
by Terry Newfarmer; illustration by Randy Royter
|16||BRINGING THE WILD,WILD WEST TO LIFE|
The Ivy project, an electronic family-in-history museum, porvides anew take on western history.
by Stefene Russel; illustration by John Nuttall
Aspirations for the next president of the University take shape.
by James Thalman
|D E P A R T M E N T S|
|2||UP FRONT |
Things look good from here.
by Anne Palmer Donohoe; photo by Skip Schiett
|4||GAZETTE; PEOPLE; VOICES: Capsules of University news, thoughts, and achievements.|
A new editor for Continuum
by Ted Capener
Student -althletes concentrate on careers; Dolce previews the new recruits.
by Elise Lazar and Frank Dolce
The Sesquicentennial Campaign: raising funds for generations to come.
by Spencer S. Eccles
|T H E A S S O C I A T I O N|
Andrew The Pacific Northwest Ballet's Kent Stowall is always on his toes. A walker and a biker take to the American road. Virginia Tanner Dance Company.
|36||FOUNDERS' DAY |
Honoring five of the University's finest.
|36||BOWL BASH |
Copper Bowl 1996: having some fun at the fan's expense.
|40||THROUGH THE YEARS: |
Alumni notes by classes