Keep in touch with your fellow alumni!
Robert "Bob" McCabe
Robert "Bob" McCabe (Agricultural Engineering, Men's Glee Club, Second Tenor, '52) Thank you for sending me a copy of the spring 2016 Soundboard. The Music Department has come a long way since my time. The memories of auditioning and then being invited to be a member of the Men’s Glee Club and that experience under the directorship of H.P. “Davy” Davidson will live with me always. On your website I found the treaties on Davy and the Collegians, which brought back many fond memories. We were all very proud of the band — you would think you were listening and dancing live to Glenn Miller or Les Brown. I am no longer musically active, much to my disappointment. Post-polio syndrome of my throat caught up with my ability to sing. However, I still love good dance band music and still love to dance in my retired lifestyle. “Thanks for the memories!”
Kristine Schroeder (Speech Communication, Women's Chorus, University Singers, '92) is a writer, speaker and pastor who has a passion to encourage others in living lives of triumph. She openly shares her life story and challenges from having lived with an undiagnosed rare disease for over three decades. As a result of her experience, which included 42 surgeries, she wrote her first book. In “Trials to Triumph: A True Story of Faith and Hope,” published by WestBow Press, she shares the story of her difficult life and how she says God ultimately led her to joy, peace and contentment. Schroeder and her husband, Bill, live in Nebraska.