Paw Prints

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    I came from Brooklyn and lived in Apache Hall all four years. I earned a B.S. in chemistry and actually used my degree. I worked  38-plus years as a criminalist for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's
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    The talented University of Arizona Twirling Team comprises state, regional, national and even world champion baton twirlers from across the U.S. The team, coached by Shirlee Bertolini ’58 and Kirsten
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    Anna Woyjeck ’84 started the Kevin Woyjeck Explorers for Life Association, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, after her son Kevin passed away. Kevin Woyjeck was one of the 19 wildland firefighters killed on June
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    As a student Pat Matthews ’87 won the prestigious William Wilde Memorial Award as the top designer in the UA’s College of Architecture. After graduating, he became a successful architect, but also
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    Tod Brown ’94 was inducted into the Sabino High School Hall of Fame in September. At Sabino, Tod earned eight varsity letters: three each in baseball and soccer and one each in football and golf.  
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    Kent Underwood ’02, a fifth-generation dairyman, is now chief operating officer of Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company. After graduating from the UA, he took over the operations of a rapidly growing

Photo Spotlight

Wildflowers in Bloom

Mexican gold poppies blanket Peridot Mesa on the San Carlos Apache reservation, located two and a half hours north of the University of Arizona. Jacob Chinn photo