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Rewards come with paving way for younger students

For Luz-April Pulgarin, spending the summer on campus as an orientation adviser proved to be a rewarding experience. “It was amazing,” she says. “It was one of the best summers I’ve had.”
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Western Turf Wars



Mike Hudak '75, PhD '86 wrote Western Turf Wars: The Politics of Public Lands Ranching (Biome Books, 2007).






The Shiksa Syndrome

Laurie (Levine) Graff '76 wrote The Shiksa Syndrome (Broadway, 2008), a book about a Jewish girl who pretends to be a shiksa (non-Jewish woman) to catch a Jewish guy. Laurie also wrote You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs (2004) and Looking for Mr. Goodfrog (2006).






I Come For Love


Jeffery Lyle Segal, MA '79 is co-producer and co-author of book, music and lyrics for I Come for Love, a musical presented last fall at the New York Musical Theater Festival. It’s the story of an alien girl in search of romance who crashes her flying saucer at Roswell, N.M., in 1949, and falls for a reporter who thinks she’s a nice, down-to-Earth girl.








Hillary Raphael '98 published a novel Ximena (Future Fiction London, 2008). She also wrote I Love Lord Buddha, which was adapted for screen.




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Last Updated: 11/12/13