The MC Student Tornado Relief Project found little left of the John Paschen farm in Monticello, Ind., on April 23, 1974.


 
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On ladder, David Yeatter, College treasurer and business manager, helped re-roof the Ed Sollars home near Monticello after the April 1974 tornado.


Cleaning fields at the Earl Hebner
farm near Monticello after an April 1974 tornado. That's John Lahman
'75
standing behind the truck, and
Scott Garrett '76x perched on
the rear of the truck.



About 100 area college students helped clean up the Tom Hughes farm after a 1974 tornado.


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Among the thousands of photographs in the Archives are 27 glass slides donated by Christine Schweisberger '94 Rust and her father, Robert Schweisberger '62 in March 2005. The faint black-and-white images tell an engaging story of campus life and scenes in the early 1900s.

They also tell a story about how much has changed, in photographs of long-ago classes and buildings. Pictured fuzzily here is a much-different, balconied Oakwood Hall. Not only is today's Oakwood Hall different in structure, it is co-ed, with two-bedroom suites that make hallway dashes to the bathroom unnecessary.

Campus spirit giggles forth in this image from the 102-photograph album of Edith Yaney Shafer '23n. The women are trying to perch on the pedestal of the original Alumni Fountain between Baumgardner Hall and the Chapel. The fountain was removed when the two buildings were connected to form the Administration Building in 1921.

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In this issue
Many of our new students are really "fresh"
from the president

Peace Garden
In the name of the founder of the oldest peace studies program

Starting from scratch
Low-income, first-gen college students overcome barriers


Techno-Teaching
Amazing online classes and gizmos

Everybody's talking
about Manchester

College guides find MC a great place to study, work, succeed

Philanthropy 101
A multi-million- dollar estate gift

Profiles of ability and conviction

Alumni families share campus photo collections

 

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