Guy Williams '76 never doubted Detroit. The environmental activist has spent the last 20 years showing others the renewed promise of the Motor City. • Tom '74 and Carol Vitz Wells '74 have spent years making their dreams reality. Now they're making sure others have the same chance. • Since 2007, the Bucknell Community College Scholars Program has given high-achieving, low-to moderate-income community college students the opportunity to pursue their academic dreams. Meet the students, faculty and administrators who say this program enriches their lives — and Bucknell's campus. • Faculty fellowships do more than pay for research and equipment. They bring the brightest scholars to Bucknell — and help keep them here. • Arthur E. Brown'67, who recently was honored by election to Mastership of the American College of Physicians, is an infectious disease specialist and director of Employee Health & Wellness Services at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NYC. We asked him about Ebola and controlling the spread of infectious diseases. • Last Word: As a student, Richard Wormser '55 paid little attention to the complicated world beyond campus. Since the 1960s, he has dedicated his career to making up for it.