Diverse Conversations: You Can Go Home Again

“You can’t go home again.” I began to ruminate over the phrase made famous by Thomas Wolfe as I prepared to conduct an interview with President Francis L. Hendricks. You see, Hendricks is a 1979 graduate of Mansfield University of Pennsylvania. He recently returned to the university as its 28th president. Apparently, you can go home again, and to much fanfare and excitement. I recently sat down with him to see what life is like for a former student returning home to run his alma mater.

Nathan Miller '02

“Days gone By,” a black and white photo by Nathan Miller ‘02. was awarded the grand prize in the 2013 Life in the Finger Lakes Magazine Photography Contest.

The 2013 competition received entries from photographers throughout New York State and New Jersey.

Miller, a communication major, is a videographer at WHAM-TV in Rochester, NY and a freelance photographer specializing in nature scenes. 

His website is http://www.eyesonearthphotography.com/

MU students Allison Fehlinger, Joshua Forrest, Brady Watkins, Emily Cromley, Francesca Larose and Campus Minister Courtney Hull traveled to the St. Francis Inn soup kitchen October 25-27, 2013.  They spent each day serving meals to over 400 people while living in the Kensington section of North Philadelphia.  This picture shows the group following one of the meals.  This trip, sponsored by Campus Ministry, is the 8th time Courtney has taken MU students to the St. Francis Inn soup kitchen over the years.   

MU students Allison Fehlinger, Joshua Forrest, Brady Watkins, Emily Cromley, Francesca Larose and Campus Minister Courtney Hull traveled to the St. Francis Inn soup kitchen October 25-27, 2013.  They spent each day serving meals to over 400 people while living in the Kensington section of North Philadelphia.  This picture shows the group following one of the meals.  This trip, sponsored by Campus Ministry, is the 8th time Courtney has taken MU students to the St. Francis Inn soup kitchen over the years.   

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