Winter 1999



Dean Austin Quigley: Constructing a Coordinated Living and Learning Environment

The 14th dean of Columbia College discusses his ideas of leadership and management, his responsibility to students and to the entire Columbia community, and reflects upon some of the challenges and achienvements of his 3 1/2 years as dean.
By Alex Sachara '71

Dean Austin Quigley


Roone Arledge ’52: Television Pioneer
The creator of 20/20, Nightline, Monday Night Football and ABC’s Wide World of Sports reflects on more than three decades in television.
By Shira J. Boss ’93

The Hamilton Award Dinner A photo essay by Joe Pineiro

Men‘s Basketball Coach Armond Hill
A former Ivy Player of the Year at Princeton and a disciple of the legendary Pete Carril, Hill has worked hard to turn around the men’s basketball program.
By Chris Ekstrand

1998 Family Weekend
A photo essay by Joe Pineiro

Around the Quads
The Alumni Partnership Program links students with grads
Caroline Walker Bynum named University Professor
Early admissions applications keep rising
Virginia Cornish 91 breaks ground
Lorry and Mark Newhouse co-chair Parents Fund Committee
Horst Stormer is Columbia's
latest Nobel Prize winner

Roar Lion Roar
A disappointing season for Lion gridders, but cross country and women’s soccer provided bright spots in fall sports— Catch Columbia hoops on DirecTV—Women’s silver anniversary teams named.

Columbia Forum
Andrew Nathan on China
Building Morningside Heights
The path to The Seven Storey Mountain
Rosalind E. Krauss: Picasso/Pastiche
The artwork of Burton Silverman

In Every Issue
Letters to the Editor
Within the Family
Class Notes

Alumni Profiles:
Stanley Felsinger ’66
George Whipple 3d ’77
Ken Tamashiro ’76
Jonathan Blank ’86 and Barclay Powers ’86
Roya Babanoury ’92

Alumni Corner:
How alumni can nurture the College that nurtured them.
By Phillip M. Satow ’63

Men's Basketball Coach Armond Hill

The Path to the Mountains