Olev H. Mathiesen, Arts ’66,
Charles R. Matthews, Arts ’66,
Elroy L. Miller, Grad ’66,
John H. Molenaar, Arts ’66,
Paul R. Schulze, Dent ’66,
Collins Fitzpatrick, Arts ’66, gave the 27th Thomas E. Fairchild Lecture at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Law School in April 2014. He also joined Robert Maher, Arts ’66, for the Annapolis to Bermuda sailboat race in June.
Jerome Klinkowitz, Arts ’66, Grad 67, authored Frank Lloyd Wright and His Manner of Thought. The book examines Wright’s books, essays and lectures and shows how he emerged from the 19th century to anticipate the 21st.
Rev. Thomas Unz, Arts ’66, retired as pastor at Divine Providence Parish in Westchester, Ill., and is a senior priest at St. Giles Parish in Oak Park, Ill.
Collins Fitzpatrick, Arts ’66, presented the 26th Thomas Fairchild Lecture at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Law School. The lecture was titled “Protecting the Fourth Amendment So We Do Not Sacrifice Freedom for Security.”.