Mary and Frederic ‘Fritz’ Wolfe (right) are applauded by attendees at the launching of the Wolfe Center for the Arts April 25, including (left to right) Dr. Simon Morgan-Russell, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; former President Sidney Ribeau and Dr. Paula Whetsel-Ribeau, and Lee Tebbetts, brother of Mary Wolfe.
Campus alive with celebration
The campus was vibrant with activity April 24 and 25 as the Sebo Series explored entrepreneurship, a “groundbuilding” was held for the Wolfe Center for the Arts, and the community celebrated the success of the Building Dreams capital campaign. Former President Sidney Ribeau and Dr. Paula Whetsel-Ribeau were on hand Saturday for the campaign gala and Wolfe Center ceremony, where it was announced that the entry plaza for the building will be named Ribeau Plaza.
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April 27, 2009