make us stronger
Thanks again for your excellent article, and best wishes to Bill for helping break through social barriers and pioneer a pathway of acceptance for future gay students at UVM.
H. Cole 86
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I confess that, although I am listed with the UVM Class of 54, I actually transferred back to the University of Virginia and received my bachelors degree there in 1953. I trust this confession will not remove me from your list to receive your fine magazine!
John Wheeler Baker
FROM THE EDITOR
Thanks to the many who contributed to Vermont Quarterlys voluntary subscription drive. Your financial gifts will be put to use enhancing the editorial and visual content of the magazine; and your kind comments make fine wallpaper for the office. Casting modesty to the wind, we wanted to share a few:
finding the Quarterly well written, bringing me the latest happenings
on campus and around Vermont. Its the next best thing to being there.
the Quarterly magazine very much and have only praise for the quality
of it. My hats off to those who so diligently make it possible for us
to keep track of old friends and many great years at UVM, plus recent
your articles particularly the sports-related ones as we seem to
get limited coverage on UVM sports except when playing local teams.
getting better every issue.
up the good work! I look forward to each and every edition of the Vermont
Quarterly. Its the only link to most of my classmates and I
find the articles interesting and well written.
a long way from Burlington and UVM. Your magazine is most enjoyable and
makes me feel closer to Vermont and UVM. Thank you!!!
Winter 2002 issue is a marked improvement in format. The chosen articles
are informative, timely, broad in scope, and entertaining. Pictures in
color are excellent. Surely, alumni will become much more eager to know
whats happening at UVM.
making this gift because the ad was so amusing and the magazine has improved
32 years in Australia, half a world away, and 48 years away from the UVM
I knew, the Quarterly brings me back to my undergraduate years
as a sweet time out of time. Thanks.