The latest alumni publications.

Faithful to the Task at Hand

Faithful to the Task at Hand (SUNY Press), by Carroll L.L. Miller (B.A. ’29, M.A. ’30) and Anne S. Pruitt-Logan (B.S. ’49), tells the remarkable story of Lucy Diggs Slowe, the first African-......

Faithful to the Task at Hand
Invisible Hawkeyes

Invisible Hawkeyes, by Lena M. Hill (B.A. ’97) and Michael D. Hill (B.A. ’93), takes a collection of individual stories at the University of Iowa and its college town of Iowa City from the 1930s...

Invisible Hawkeyes
Might Could Be

Might Could Be (Different Drummer, LLC), by Gay G. Gunn (B.A. ’69; M.S.W. ’71), is the sequel to Keely and Colt that follows siblings Selena Culhane Colson and Hepburn Culhane on their journeys...

Might Could Be
Charlise and the Snickerdoodle

Charlise and the Snickerdoodle (Rosedog Books), by Tiffany N. Johnson-Largent (M.S. ’05; Ph.D. ’11), is a children’s novel about a young girl named Charlise who is given a new sweet treat but has...

Charlise and the Snickerdoodle
Miss Ivy's Tea Room

Miss Ivy’s Tea Room (LifeRich Publishing), by Marlene Rose-Clarke (B.B.A. ’82), is a novel that follows a quilt of characters, each with a story of adversity, as they fi nd solace in a hot cup of...

Miss Ivy’s Tea Room
In Full Color

In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World (BenBella Books, Inc.), by Rachel Doležal (M.F.A. ’02), describes the path that led Doležal from being a child of white evangelical......

In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World

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