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Planting, reception wish Chaces well: JoAn and Bill Chace heave the first shovels full of dirt onto an oak tree planted in their honor Aug. 29 on the Quadrangle in front of Bowden Hall. As the Chaces prepare to take a year’s sabbatical before returning to the English faculty in 2004–05, they entertained well-wishers at an ice cream social. But before the reception, a crowd watched as University Secretary Gary Hauk and Chief Environmental Officer John Wegner spoke at the tree-planting, the latter sharing some wisdom in honor of the Chaces. “The meaning of life,” Wegner said, “is to plant trees under whose shade you do not expect to sit.” Click here or above for the full story.


ER Profile: Assitant Dean of Admission Chris Grey graduated from the Goizueta Business School in 1998. Now his job is recruiting new students for the institution that gave him his start. While his job frequently takes him off campus for days at a time, Grey stays tuned to what’s going on around campus by volunteering as an adviser for a multitude of organizations. Click here for the full story.




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