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C A M P U S C U R R E N T Thank you, Trustees


“I thought we’d be pretty good, but I think that’s an understatement now,” said Founding President Joseph Platt about Harvey Mudd College. His video message to gathered staff, faculty and trustees—past and present—was a tribute to those who have played an integral part in HMC’s founding and continued success. The Sept. 30 event recognized 13 past trustees in attendance


for their service to the College. President Maria Klawe opened the event with a state of the college update, followed by the video message from Platt. Robert Cave, vice president for academic affairs and dean


of faculty, presented the new Core curriculum, and Lisette de Pillis reported on the Global Clinic, which she directs. The group also heard about student issues from Maggie Browning, vice president of student affairs and dean of students, and learned the latest on the new teaching and learning building from Boora architect John Meadows. An outdoor reception in Riggs Plaza, followed by dinner


in the Platt Living Room completed the evening, which board chair Bill Mingst concluded by recognizing the emeriti trustees. The group, representing 130 years of combined service,


included: Patrick Barrett ’66, 1984–1987; E.H. Clark Jr., 1970–2008; Martha Dennis, 1997–2009; Albert Dorman, 1988–2005; Jennifer Holladay ’79, 1990–1993 and 1995– 2010; David Howell ’61, 1983–1986; Jerome Jackson ’76, 2003–2005; Jeffery Mitchell ’79, 1992–2009; Gregory Rae ’00, 2006–2009; President Emeritus Henry Riggs 1988–1997; Randall Saaf ’98, 2004–2007; Sally Siemak ’72, 2001–2003; and Katy Wong ’97, 2007–2010.


Board Chair William A. Mingst Advancement Senior Director Heath Elliott and Patrick Barrett ’66


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Katy Wong ’97


R. Michael Shanahan, Henry Riggs and Michael Blasgen ’63


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