Rooted in Tradition
Stories by Melissa Rake and Alice Sachs
Family trees draw strength from Ohio University ties
A+ for Ingenuity
by Melissa Rake
Ohio University Instructor Terry Fultz created a unique kind of braille for her blind math students by assigning numbers and algebraic symbols to Lego pieces. It's this special language that helped one blind student interpret complex math problems and pass Algebra 113 so he could graduate in spring 1999.
Time to Teach
Interview by Mary Alice Casey
Terry Anderson's days as a visiting professor of journalism at Ohio
University are spent teaching, consulting with students and colleagues,
and tending to phone calls, e-mails and other business. They are far different
from the 2,454 days he spent as a captive of the Iranian-backed Islamic
Jihad in Southern Lebanon from 1985 to 1991.
|In All Its Glory
Story by Andrea Caruso Gibson
Photos by Assistant Professor Gary Kirksey and his Advanced Photo Illustration class.
Memorial Auditorium debuts its new duds in this issue's Photo Story.