At the suggestion of then Dean Franklin M. Loew, an in-house publication titled Rolling Bone was initiated in 1996. “The purpose of the newsletter is to help foster a better sense of community among those who work and study here. It always seems that bad news spreads quickly, but news about individual achievements, honors, volunteer activities, job changes, etc., travels much more slowly.” It was also intended to “serve as a vehicle for the dean and our departments/units to communicate general information to the college community.”

First produced in March 1996 by the Office of Communication Services with regular columns for Introductions, Transitions, Milestones, and Profiles, the Office of Public Affairs continued to compile issues with news from departments, events, and other announcements several times per year until March 2002.

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  • Rolling Bone, 1999 

    Mott, Amanda (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Office of Public Affairs, 1999)
    This file contains 4 issues dated March, May, September, and November, 1999. Among the topics included are: Events: Healthy Pet Clinic at Southside Community Center; Open House 1999; College offers workshop in pet loss and ...
  • Rolling Bone, 2000 

    Mott, Amanda (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Office of Public Affairs, 2000)
    This file contains 4 issues dated February, May, October, and December, 2000. Among the topics included are: Events: Info Sessions--Waste Management Project; SCAVMA T-shirt sales; Get more connected; Vet walking; News from ...
  • Rolling Bone, 2002 

    Mott, Amanda (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Office of Public Affairs, 2002)
    This file contains 2 issue dated January and March, 2002. Among the topics included are: News from departments; Events; Be the first on your block; On-line service from reference librarians; Student philanthropy program ...
  • Rolling Bone, 2001 

    Mott, Amanda (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Office of Public Affairs, 2001)
    This file contains 3 issues dated March, May, and October, 2001. Among the topics included are: Events: Beyond Traditional Boundaries; Your pet could save a life--Companion animal blood-donor program; News from departments; ...
  • Rolling Bone, 1998 

    Voiland, Bonita; Hendricks, Margaret; Mott, Amanda (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Office of Public Affairs, 1998)
    This file contains 5 issues dated January, April, May, September, and November, 1998. Among the topics included are: Task Force on Good Laboratory Practices; Micro IDs for dogs and cats; News from Departments; Cross-Cultural ...

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