January 01, 2018

Remembering Eudora Shepherd

As this issue was about to go to press, we learned of the December death of beloved professor emerita Eudora Shepherd, who taught vocal music at the college for more than 50 years.

Shepherd touched the lives of so many Beloit students during her tenure. Look for our tribute to her in Beloit College Magazine’s spring edition. If you have memories to share about Eudora Shepherd, send them to us at belmag@beloit.edu.


Also In This Issue

  • Micheal Pugh’92, photographed in 1992, died in 2016 at 47. “Mike Pugh was elfin. He was magical, from another world,” Simon remembers. “He was more fitting in the ceramics lab or an Alaskan fishing boat than in a b Beloit college classroom, but he seemed to handle nearly anything.”

    A Selection of Student Portraits by Michael Simon

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  • How Much for That Tree?

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  • General-Interest Books by Alumni and Faculty Authors

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  • (Left to right) Vickie Naylor, Bernadine Clay, and Donna Maxey look over the walking route as they take part in the Sharing History through Active Reminiscence and Photo-Imagery (SHARP) study, September 20, 2017. (OHSU/Kristyna Wentz-Graff)

    Walking to Remember

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