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. ’ Name: Barbara McKey Whitney Frcﬂallt Main Major: EngliSh Address; 1821 W. Farwell Avenue City: Chicago State: IL Zip: 60626 Ph. H: (312)465—6396 W=(708)998—4lOO Occupation: Psychotherapist Spouse’sName: Steven Whitney Barbara Whitney & Associates/Humana Oumpmkmt Owner & president Michael Reese HMO Whitney Products, Inc. AdvancedDegrees/Study= MSW–l982 (manufactures hospital University of supplies)/PeelMaster IllinOiS at Chicago (makes peel packs for FirstJobafterGrinnell: High school English teacher medical instruments) South Tama County High School SubsequentJobs/Careers: Director of Sunshine, a federally funded school and work program for high school dropouts administered by Oakton Community College PlacesLived: Eagle Lake, Ontario St. Paul, Minnesota Glen Ellyn, Illinois FamilyInformation: One daughter, Lauren Kathryn McGinty, age 17, attends Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, plans to attend Michigan State or the University of Iowa in the fall and major in psychology Anything else you want to say: (Your most vivid Grinnell memory, an inspirational quote, etc. ) Favorite Grinnell memories: waiting for Spring Riot to happen, being serenaded by the men of Cowles and North Younker, discussing Moby Dick in Mr. Cleaver’s American Novel class, enjoying old movies at ARH (along with the ever—present audience participation, always a show in itself), listening to Nina Simone records in the Forum, escaping from the Quad at 4:00 a.m. along with A.B. and two male accomplices, contemplating the nature of freedom, responsibility, and the ideal society in Mr. Eastman’s Philosophy and Education class More recent interests and involvements: elected to the Whitney Young Local School Council as a parent representative in the 1989 election following state mandated “school reform” of the Chicago Public Schools; member, Northwestern University Chorus, where I met my husband Steve in 1984; member, Fourth Presbyterian Church Thoughts: “The beginnings and endings of all human undertakings are untidy.” –John Galsworthy “The impossible is often the untried.” -—Jim Goodwin r , ‘ Address: 909 West Madison Street City: Lake City State: IA Zip: 51449 Ph. H: 712/464-7484 W: 712/464-3171 Occu ation: Coordinator of Hospice for Spouse’sName: David L. Willis ’65 Name: Marilyn Price Willis Fr. Hall: Mears Major: History Cal oun County, 1984 — present Occupation: Attorney Advanced Degrees/Study: 1979 ADN FirstJob after Grinnell: University of Iowa Libraries SubsequentJobs/Careers: Registered nurse, ICU, Stewart Memorial Community Hospital, Lake City, Iowa Places Lived; Iowa City, Iowa; Sioux City, Iowa; Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Family Information: Laura Lea: Graduate of Drake University — working in Des Moines, Iowa Jonathan L. – Grinnell College ’93 Anything else you want to say: (Your most vivid Grinnell memory, an inspirational quote, etc. ) Visits to see Jon at Grinnell always stir memories. His stories evoke a mixture of smiles, raised eyebrows, and “What?!” We have explored the changing campus, but I think Dave still mourns for Ole South Younker. People form the core of my Grinnell memories. The endurance of special friendships initiated twenty-five years ago has been sustaining and enriching. But, someone needs to fess up — who is sitting on the crane now? ’ Fr. Hall: Name’ William A. Wolff Rawson Address: 5 9 Wa r re n Ave. # 3 City: Boston, State: MA Zip: 021 15 . Occupation: Spouse’s Name: Second Vice President Group Pension Marketing The New England (New England Mutual Advanced Degrees/Study: CLU (Chartered Life Underwriter) CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter) First Job after Grinnell: Management Consultant Connecticut General Life Subsequent Jobs/ Careers: Occupation: Life Ins. Co.) Insurance Company Various marketing management positions at CG 1988 moved to The New England as head of the Group Pension Marketing Department Places Lived: 1967-1987: Connecticut. Hartford area 1988-present: Boston, MA ‘ Family Information: Divorced; Two Children: Greg, 17; Stephanie 14 Vivid Memories: for Rawson Hall’s toilet bowl sculpture. complete with sound effects. Swimming team going to Fort Lauderdale for Christmas vacation. The political activities of ’64 including the mock political convention and elections. Being elected President of Rawson Hall. as a junior. Living off-campus my senior year and spending too much time at The Longhorn. I visited with him when I would go to Washington. We all miss him. Major: Ph. H: W: 617-578-4234! Anything else you want to say: (Your most vivid Grinnell memory, an inspirational quote, etc. ) Freshman year Homecoming: ‘Flush The Vikings” was the theme One of my college roommates. and good friend, was Steve Kent 617-426-9540 Economic _—’_”’————_”‘—_—
This rule guarantees that all the changes performed in the base relations UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE will be reflected (i.e., will be visible) in their view STUDENT. In particular, for every UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE tuple there will be a tuple in the relation STUDENT with the same values of the STUDENTID, NAME, and ADDRESS attributes. Views behave like database relations in many ways. In particular, queries may be stated on views. Examples of such queries are: Print the name and the address of a student with a given student id. Print the alphabetical listing of names of all students and their addresses. Print the names of all students who have the same address.
The first two of the above queries make it obvious that the set of lectures should be the property of the lecturer giving those lectures and also that the set of lectures of a course should be an attribute of that course. The next two of the above queries suggest that in addition to the above requirement the structured tuples of the relation LECTURE should be ordered in two ways: according to the lecturers and according to the courses. Of course, one relation cannot be physically structured according to the above two requirements and the purpose of the relational images is to offer such logical orderings of relations together with the associated primitive operations on them. One way of looking at the relational images within the relational framework is illustrated by the following schema: LECTURE(LECTUREID, COURSEID, LECTURERID, DAY, ROOM, TIME) LECTURERS (LECTURER ID, LECTUREID) COURSES(COURSEID, LECTURE ID) The above representation of two images LECTURERS and COURSES of the relation LECTURE is proposed on the assumption that all three relations are structured in such a way that selection of the tuple with a given tuple identifier is an efficient action (operation). The above representation makes it obvious that changes in the base relations LECTURE must be appropriately reflected in its relational views. That is the price which must be paid to speed-up search (selection) operations on the relation LECTURE. Observe that the views LECTURERS and COURSES are much smaller relations than the base relation LECTURE since their tuples are smaller. Whenever a tuple of the LECTURE relation is inserted, appropriate tuples which refer to it must be inserted in the relational images LECTURERS and COURSES. Whenever a tuple of the LECTURE relation is deleted, the appropriate tuples of the relational images LECTURERS and COURSES which refer to it must be deleted from these images.