Readers with sharp eyes may have noticed three people with connections to Hobart and William Smith Colleges in the Feb. 13 issue of Time magazine.
* Harry Coover '41, the inventor of SuperGlue, was included in a story about “accidental discoveries that changed the world.”
* Rep. Sherwood Boehlert, who has spoken on campus several times and whose 24th Congressional district includes the Colleges, was included in a story, “The Political Science Test.” Boehlert is chair of the House Science Committee.
* Lance Morrow, a contributor to the magazine, was mentioned for his new book of essays, “Second Drafts of History.” He is married to Susan Brind Morrow, author of “The Name of Things,” and “Wolves and Honey: A Hidden History of the Natural World,” who has spoken at the Colleges and has been involved with Finger Lakes Institute. She is the daughter of former city judge David H. Brind and his wife, Shirley Brind, a former member of the city school board.
For details, visit http://www.time.com/time/magazine/0,9263,7601060213,00.html.