Report from Newport Spring 2017 : Page 2

24 Features ¡BUEN CAMINO! Campus News and Notes Campus and Student News .............. 2 Lily Haseotes Bentas ’06 (Hon.), chairman of the board of Cumberland Farms and a Salve Regina trustee, christens the new center named in her honor, the Department of Administration of Justice opens a state-of-the-art digital forensics lab, and a cannonball in a backyard sparks an investigation into the forgotten Seige of Newport. Inside this Issue Grave Matters .................................. 22 A professor and his students preserve history by restoring centuries-old tombstones. By Lily Margaret Jones ’17 ¡Buen Camino! ................................. 24 Kristin McDermott ’16 and Sabrina Stensland ’16 walk Spain’s 500-mile Camino de Santiago. By Deborah Herz ’80, ’92 (M) Athletics ............................. 14 A former coach and three student athletes are inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame, and if you think being coached by a family member gives you an edge, think again. Profiles in Courage ............................. 28 Amelia Garris ’17 receives the Rachel Basset Administration of Justice Courage Award. By Iain Wilson ’09 Campus Conversations ................. 16 Bill Hall Means Business: Meet Salve Regina’s vice president for administration and chief financial officer. With Deborah Herz ’80, ’92 (M) The Warrior Diplomat .......................... 30 Retired Marine Corps Gen. Anthony Zinni ’87 (M) is on a mission for peace. With Andrew Farquharson ’17 What is Fall Festival Weekend? ......... 18 The fun starts with spaghetti and meatballs, a concert to benefit local soup kitchens and a winning football game.

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