Northern Vision

Northern Vision magazine is a semiannual publication of the University of Northern Colorado

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Northern Vision
Carter Hall 2009, Campus Box 51, Greeley, CO 80639
Phone: 970-351-1763
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Nate Haas (MS-04)
Director, University News & PR

Assistant Editor

Gary Dutmers
Senior Writer/Editor, University News & PR

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Rob Trubia
Director of Creative Services, University Relations


Gretchen Kershner
Graphic Designer, University Relations

Alumni/Class Notes Editor

Margie Meyer
Assistant to the Vice President, Development & Alumni Relations


Eric Bellamy
Lyndsey Crum (BA-05)
Anne Cumming Rice
Amy Dressel-Martin
Vicki Gorrell
Barry LaPoint
Debbie Moors
Mike Peters (BA-68)
Dan Rosplock

Advisory Board

Steve Baker (BA-86)
Randy Bangert (BA-76)
Amy Bulger (BA-98)
Cynthia Evans (BA-73)
Anita Fleming-Rife (BA-79, MA-90)
Vicki Gorrell
Kurt Hinkle (BA-98)
Lynn Klyde-Silverstein
Chuck Leonhardt
Gloria Reynolds

Northern Vision magazine is a semiannual publication of the University of Northern Colorado and is complimentary to alumni and friends. The views presented are not necessarily those of the editors or the official policies of the university. All material in the magazine ©2014 by the University of Northern Colorado and individual photographers.


What?s Missing in the 125th Commemorative Issue
When we set out a year ago to make this our commemorative issue, we acknowledged a hard reality that distilling 125 years into a 42-page magazine would invariably result in missed moments.

That?s where the Archival Services Department comes in.

The department houses a trove of artifacts in Michener Library to preserve the legacy of the university. Thanks to technology, and a commitment by Archival Services staff, those preservation efforts now include digitizing records and making them available to anyone online.

The digital smorgasbord features yearbooks dating to 1909, historic photos (including more aerial shots of the university like the one on page 20), course bulletins and catalogs dating to the first class in 1890, and archived copies of the magazine. Digital UNC, as it?s called, is a rich resource that will continue growing.

Check it out and discover more moments in UNC?s rich history.