Going the Distance
A mission to Kenya helps one alumna find her home
On the Cover: Members of Malaika Disabled and Caregivers, located in the slum of Lakeview in Nakuru, Kenya. Photo courtesy of Alysha Oswald ’05
Students gather on the Library Plaza
to participate in a commemorative
photo marking the 50th anniversary
of the book move from Alumni Memorial
Library to the current library.
Which librarian organized the move
to the new library in 1964? Email
your answer to email@example.com. The
first 10 to respond with the correct
answer will win an Albright prize.
The Freedman Gallery serves as a unique on-campus teaching tool and learning ground for students.
Professor Marsha Green, Ph.D. ’63, inspires students to “wake up” and take a stand.
The College Library celebrates its 50th anniversary with a reenactment of the book line that marked the building’s opening.
I was trying to find the profile on the guys who created the “Six degrees from Kevin Bacon.” the archives are only listed by publication date, without a search engine. I think a search would be a valuable asset to the online publication, although I’m sure i don’t have a clue on how complicated or expensive that may be.
I’m looking, as while I’m not a celebrity, have never met Mr. Bacon nor have I ever been in film, I closely know people who have worked with Mr. Bacon and am two or three degrees away from him by these associations (plus the one of also being an alumna of Albright, that makes three different paths).
I’ts an interesting factoid to my life and I’d like to check on the story about the game and its originators.
Cheryl Stocks, 1981
Phoenix (black canyon city), AZ
Thank you for your message and for your suggestion about applying a search engine to the online Reporter. Our web manager is currently looking into that.
As for the “Six Degrees” story, we did a spotlight feature on the Albright web site last year for the 20th anniversary. Two of the alumni creators appeared with Kevin Bacon on SXSW. You can find the story here: http://www.albright.edu/spotlight/SixDegrees.html. I hope you enjoy it!
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