Tree's Company

The Class of 2006 has decided to make its class gift a tree, planted in memory of its late member J.P. Krupa. Because J.P. was on the track team, the tree will be part of the windbreak to be planted later this spring at the redone Steel Field track.

J.P. died in an accident last summer while on a study trip in Costa Rica. Jennifer Burkhardt ’06, Whitehall, class secretary, said the entire class decided on the tribute after the memorial service for their late classmate last fall.

Sigma Phi Epsilon, to which J.P. belonged, also is contributing to the memorial tree fund. The cost of the tree depends on its size and maturity.

Class projects to underwrite it include a raffle, a formal appeal to track alumni and alumnae from the Development Office, and a collection during the women’s basketball playoff game against Widener University on Wednesday, February 23.

February 22, 2005

Cover Girl:
Krista Steinke Finch’s work is featured on the cover of a medical journal.

Tree’s Company:
Classmates of J.P. Krupa want to plant a tree in his memory.

The Iceman Cometh:
A busy publications time for Peter von Allmen, including an article co-authored with a hockey player.

Preaching to the Choir:
Seminary’s Weber lectures this year are on more effective use of the bible.

Campus calendar.
Seminary Alumni Recognize Their Own:
Awards for two outstanding alumni.
Anniversary Waltz:
Service anniversaries for the winter quarter.
Faculty, staff, student accomplishment.
Point Man:
Brandon Zaleski breaks the men’s basketball career points record.