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Associate Professor of Physics Richard Stevens (right) works with two students on a telescope installed last year in a new observatory atop the Eric Johnston Science Center. The Celestron 14-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope is capable of viewing objects in our solar system during daylight hours.


About Whitworth Today
Fall 2005, Vol. 74, No. 2

Terry Rayburn Mitchell, '93

Assistant Editor
Julie Riddle, '92

Art Director
Tamara McIntosh

Al Borman
Allison Carr, '06
Karen Habbestad, '62
Kirk Hirota
Robert Huggins, '04
Greg Orwig, '91
Garrett Riddle
Leah Silvieus, '07
Peter Williams
Tad Wisenor, '89

Editorial Board
Marty Erb
Marianne Hansen, '97
Rick Hornor, '70
John Larkin
Michael Le Roy, '89
Jim McPherson
Terry Rayburn Mitchell, '93
Greg Orwig, '91
Garrett Riddle
Julie Riddle, '92
Andrea Saccoccio
Tad Wisenor, '89

- President

William P. Robinson

- Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Kristi Burns

- Director of Communications
Greg Orwig, '91

- Managing Editor of College Communications
Garrett Riddle

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