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Image 7 of Kentucky Alumni, vol. 81, no. 1, Spring 2010

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2 O ° R k Having A Voice This issue of Kentucky Alumni centers around the theme of some ofthe many ways there are of having a voice, from the UK Clinical Voice Center to the opera stages around the world to photography that speaks on behalf of others. The magazine itself is an example. The Hrst magazine for Kentucky alumni was published May 1, 1929, to give voice to the con- stituents ofthe University of Kentucky Alumni Association. \While the magazine has evolved dramatically over time in content, design and new production technologies, it has never strayed from its core commitment to inform and engage alumni with the University of Kentucky The magazine could not have continued for nearly 81 years without your support, ranking it the No. 1 beneht of membership, shar- ing class notes and giving us so much to write about, as well as your interest in the success of our alma mater. We have shared wonderful stories about wonderful alumni, students, professors and staff There are so many stories we have not been able to tell here, but 1 have enjoyed hearing every one of them. Don’t ever forget that you are an essential and valuable part of this continuing friendship, 1 hope you have been motivated to spread the word, drop in on an alumni game watch party or club event, marvel at the Great Teacher and scholarship recipients, read about UK’s breakthrough research, send a class note, visit wwwukalumninet, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube. Stay connected! That’s howl plan to use my voice as my tenure as editor of Kentucky Alumni comes to a close. Give the association a shout out! What’s new with you? My thanks to alunmi directors, Stan Key, Bob \Whitaker and the late ]ay Brumheld, to magazine staffs and colleagues, to the alunmi board and club presidents, and to the readers and regular contributors to the magazine throughout the years. The magazine is in good hands for the future. Enjoy! 1 will. gf? Al mn' Weekend K . “'““““ VT i " l ‘ C, "‘ *· ” 40 _ `Tj` 1* tg- A I I I I I I I I I I t ‘‘··. X e-.{~ . J VA} Ar - ?; -4 .. 4`,: S AATT YT » ;j, tw T t V · ~ .,; ,. ‘·,i ‘i,_¤ . » I I I I I I I I I I I I · r * T !·¤€>;;}i l...· re‘‘ ` s "‘ ‘ UI1IV€I‘SIty of K€I‘I|ZUCky . 00420 @20% · · O @“ @ ° mm _ 1 5 _ 18, O _ 6%z/iueréiy M%niu0@ Visit www.ukaIumm.net/weekend for detculs - . a10 Rose Street · Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0014 gj -~—4.· uky.edu/BooneCente1· j ’ \ 859-257-9066 s O · #‘,;_» umvmsirv or , / KENTUCKY .¤ » _ · Alumni Association www.uka|umni.net 5 ((