Bates: The Alumni Magazine  -  Summer 1996

In This Issue
The Horror Hits Home in History 229
By H. Jay BurnsSteve Hochstadt took an overcrowded lecture course on the Holocaust and made it intense, personal, and confrontational. Here’s how.
Maine — The Way Life Once Was
Photographs by George W. French ’08A nostalgic look at mid-century Maine.
Remembering Ed
By Ruth Wilson ’36The late Edmund Muskie ’36’s Bates peers remember a beloved classmate and friend.
What Might Have Been,
What Wonderfully Was

By Jim Carignan ’61Nothing could stop Muskie’s drive to serve society and his College.
Gladys Hasty Carrol ’25,
Back for Another Spin

By Greg GadberrySixty-three years after publication, Gladys Hasty Carroll ’25’s As the Earth Turns once again wows critics and readers.
Thesis Envy
By David Kociemba ’96Among other things, why Bates seniors wince whenever a thesis busts through the two-hundred-page barrier.