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Vanderbilt Magazine Staff – Summer 2009

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Editor
GayNelle Doll

Art Director and Designer
Donna DeVore Pritchett

Editorial

Associate Editor and Advertising Manager
Phillip B. Tucker

Arts & Culture Editor
Bonnie Arant Ertelt, BS’81

Class Notes and Sports Editor
Nelson Bryan, BA’73

Photography and Imaging

Assistant Director, Photography Services
Daniel Dubois

Photographers
Steve Green, John Russell

Assistant Designers
Chris Collins, Keith Wood

Color Correction and Retouching
Julie Luckett Turner

Web Edition Design and Development
Lacy Tite

Vanderbilt Magazine Advisory Board

Roy Blount Jr., BA’63
Caneel Cotton, BA’88
Terry Eastland, BA’71
Sam Feist, BA’91
Frye Gaillard Jr., BA’68
Janice Miller Greenberg, BS’80
G. Marc Hamburger, BA’64
Molly Henneberg, BS’95
Ann McDaniel, BA’77
Wendell Rawls Jr., BA’70
Edward Schumacher Matos, BA’68
Beth Fortune
Susie Stalcup

President, Vanderbilt Alumni Association
Billy Ray Caldwell, BA’85

Vanderbilt Magazine is published three times per year by Vanderbilt University from editorial and business offices at the Loews Vanderbilt Office Complex, 2100 West End Ave., Suite 820, Nashville, TN 37203. Phone: (615) 322-1003. Web version: www.vanderbilt.edu/vanderbiltmagazine.

E-mail: vanderbiltmagazine@vanderbilt.edu. Please send address corrections to Gift Records Office, Vanderbilt University, PMB 407727, 2301 Vanderbilt Place, Nashville, TN 37240-7703. Vanderbilt Magazine is printed on recycled paper by Lane Press in Burlington, Vt.


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Opinions expressed in Vanderbilt Magazine are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the magazine or the university administration.

Vanderbilt University is committed to the principles of equal opportunity and affirmative action. Copyright 2009 Vanderbilt University

 

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