Albany
Magazine
Fall 1999

Making The
Grade

Making Sense of
the Census

Bob Ford on
Going Division I

Recalling the Suffragists

A Literary Light

Writing As
Healing

Lessons in
Athletics

East Campus:
Center For Biotechnology

Second Effort

A Force For
Change

News & Notes

 
Vice President for
University Advancement

Robert R. Ashton
Executive Editor
Mary Fiess

Editor
Christine Hanson McKnight

Art Director
Judy Bedian, M.S.73

Contributing Writers
Lisa James
Carol Olechowski
Greta Petry
Vincent Reda, B.A.74

Photographer
Mark Schmidt

Business Manager
Beatrice Dougherty

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