FALL 1999
Pink packets of Sweet ‘N Low are a familiar icon on the American cultural landscape… or at least on the table at your favorite restaurant. Less familiar is the story of Marvin Eisenstadt ’54, CEO, who oversees the production of Sweet ‘N Low and other Cumberland Packing products with business savvy and a heart that puts people before the bottom line.
From downtown diners to century-old barns, UVM Professor Tom Visser brings vision and voice to the need for preserving Vermont’s historic buildings. His work at the Champlain Valley’s Rokeby Farm has resulted in the revival of this historic site, significant for its past as a working farm and a stop on the Underground Railroad.
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President’s Perspective

UVM In Brief

Sports Highlights

Alumni News & Services

Class Notes

Keeping a Watch for a Maple Menace

Game Helps Kids to Play Safe

Strong Hearts

New Deans Take Leadership Posts

Top Debaters Convene in Burlington

Future Alumna-Libby Smith

Nursing Program Key to Rural Health Care

Our Shared Past

David H. Cheney Passes Away

Anthropology Students Practice FieldWork on Campus

Noted & Quoted

In this survey, admittedly based on little more than whim and opinion, Vermont Quarterly’s editorial staff weighs in on questions from the best wall to the best vegetable to the best view from a dorm room. And the winner is…