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Susan Grimes Munsell870 views
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'Will The Last One Out ...' Notice 868 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge.

This notice was posted by the door in the 'plaster students' classroom installation. (Baker Hall; 10th Anniversary event; spring 1975).
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At the Fireside Gathering (Snyder Basement)867 views
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Susan (Sue) Schurman867 views
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Amy Uphaus Piersma866 views
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Tom Nowak865 viewsNowak was a social sciences instructor in JMC from 1972 to 1974.

Vitae: http://www.chss.iup.edu/sociology/Faculty/nowak-vitae.htm
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John Sase864 viewsPhoto by Beverly Berant, 1971.
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Ken D. Smith864 views
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Mark Harris864 views
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Phil Nash864 views
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Thomas Hruska863 viewsCirca 2002 - 2003.

Thomas Hruska passed away in December 2003.

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James Trosko (circa 2007?)863 views
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Charley Roberts863 views
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Carolyn Forché863 views
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Caving - circa May 1966862 viewsLeft to Right: (unknown), Tim Carter, Phil Thompson, Pat Scales
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Harold Johnson (2008)862 viewsAt the 2008 RCAH Open House and JMC Reunion event.
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Kathryn Pinkus862 views
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Jill Harrison Ellsworth862 viewsNOTE: Jill passed away in October 2002.
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David Payson861 views
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Dennis Hall861 views
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Mark Jaede861 views
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Chautauqua: Programme860 viewsImage provided by Sears Eldredge. Sears writes:

"Chautauqua: Rediscovering the American Land — tour show for the Kellogg Center for Continuing Education. This was a multi-media show created by former JMC Dean, Gordon Rohman, who asked if I would work with him on it. Student actors from JMC mixed with several faculty from different disciplines on campus to create this traveling Chautauqua show.

We toured to five (I think it was) cities in Michigan. The performers also included the MSU Symphonic Band who played music at various intervals and the beautiful composition, “Touch of the Earth,” at the conclusion."
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R. Sue Smith Dodea860 views
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Cynthia (Dickson) Huntington859 views
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