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In the fall of 2013, Mary Louise Roberts, Lucy Aubrac Professor of History, received an email from a man in France requesting information about Robert Kellett, an American G.I. buried in Épinal military cemetery.
In “One Base at a Time,” the Selig Distinguished Lecture in Sport and Society, Professor Samuel O. Regalado illuminated how baseball helped shape Japanese American identity and build social and global bridges.
Erin Kimball (’03 BS ALS, ‘07 MD) grew up in City Point, a township of 250 in central Wisconsin where her family has lived for four generations. As a fourth year medical student in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, she chose a longitudinal rural track and spent five months at the Krohn Clinic in Black River Falls, population 3,800.
When the curtain rose on a preview performance of “Lombardi” at Broadway’s Circle in the Square Theatre on Friday, October 15, the audience included more than sixty University of Wisconsin-Madison alumni and friends who had just enjoyed personal insight into Vince Lombardi, the man and “Lombardi,” the play.