Art/Document: Defining American Photography, on exhibit at
the Fleming Museum, includes Lewis Hines documentation of the plight
of child laborers in Vermont. This 1909 Hine photograph captures young
workers at Burlingtons Chace Mill. For current and future exhibits
or to browse the collection, check the Flemings new-and-improved
Web site: www.flemingmuseum.org.
of a Gunner
As Vermont basketball fans revel in the greatest season in school history
and the toppling of giant Syracuse, an alumnus explores Coach Tom Brennans
distinctive approach to sport and life.
by Kevin Hench 89
Was the Amazon a counterfeit paradise or a thriving civilization?
Research by a professor and an
alumnus is unearthing new answers.
by Lee Ann Cox
Does Professor Wertheimer Think?
Its both debut and final act as Alan Wertheimer teaches an ethics
seminar for the new Honors College in the final semesters of his 37-year
by Kevin Foley
Josh Murphy 93