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Mac Lewis '65


Mac Lewis writes that they are surviving the pandemic, kids and grandkids doing well, all young adults fully employed. Mac has become a student of entomology. After years of photographing wildflowers and the insects that inhabit them, Mac took an online course in entomology and is now doing a second course (insect identification) as a non-degree graduate student at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. So Mac is now a Cornhusker, as well as a Tiger. Mac and Catherine’s latest getaway was snowshoeing in three to four feet of fresh powder in the hills above Santa Fe.

reported by William Baker '65


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