Nearly two-hundred UVM students and alumni served in the military during the Civil War — in all ranks, for the Union and for the Confederacy. Jeffrey Marshall, UVM archivist and curator of manuscripts, tells the story of UVM’s involvement in the Civil War and, through excerpts from letters home from UVM students and alumni, offers a portrait of the human toll the war took on our university.
By Jeffrey Marshall ’78 G’82
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Students test selves on NASA flight

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Prof a key witness in “Civil Action” case

Shaping American higher education’s future

New Center for Cultural Pluralism

Researcher to head anti-drug effort

Telemedicine Links Burlington to Hanoi:

Prof revisits “Salesman” roots

“Go northeast, young man!”

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UVM In Brief

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The Virtuous University
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Class Notes

Titanic, Grease, and Lion King have been three of Broadway’s most popular recent shows. Three UVM alums – Mara Stephens ’91, Steven Freeman ’77, and Michele Steckler ’86 – have taken important roles in those productions on stage, in the orchestra pit, and behind the scenes.
By Ed Tracey ’76
Stephen McCauley ’78 admits that he found the writing process so intimidating in college that he dropped every writing class in which he enrolled. Twenty years later, the writer has found his voice in three novels, and Hollywood has discovered one of his works – Object of My Affection – and brought it to the big screen.
By Pamela Poltson