Nott

A Magazine for Alumni and Friends


SummerNott Memorial 2017T

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Introducing the Integrated Science and Engineering Complex

“The most significant legacy of this project, along with all the others that we’ve done, is that Union will be—without question—the college of choice for physicists who want to dance; chemists who want to be in theater; or art history majors who understand that technology is going to infuse the fields that they are in as well,” President Stephen C. Ainlay said when he announced the project March 3.

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A Steckler for details

In the summer of 1971, when Charles Steckler arrived on campus for a job interview, the Nott Memorial was a forgotten monolith, dilapidated, covered in vines and obscured by an overgrown hedge.

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What's with the Greeks?

Liz Artz, Union’s director of fraternity and sorority life, spends plenty of time each day answering questions from students. So, we asked Liz to take on a few frequently asked questions from alumni. L iz Artz, Union’s director of fraternity and sorority life, spends plenty of time each day answering questions from students. So, we asked Liz to take on a few frequently asked questions from alumni.

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Remembering Ian

Ashley Prout McAvey, sister of Ian Prout ’94, wrote this essay and poem after her brother took his life in April 2016. Her words pay tribute to a “handsome, generous, kind and funny” brother who ran a successful sports car driving business and held a number of track records. She also aims to honor Ian’s legacy by raising awareness of suicide as a desperate, but preventable, act. She includes a list of resources and organizations dedicated to awareness and prevention. Also included here is a tribute to Ian by Liz Willis Thompson ’96, his girlfriend.

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