Posted on May 26, 2000

If you missed Kim Rohback '00 in any of her previous
eight stage appearances – or somehow missed her many appearances at
Prize Day — there's still time to see her in her last role as Germain
in Picasso at the Lapine Agile at the Yulman Theater.

Rohback, winner of the Josephine Daggett Prize to the
senior of the best character and conduct, has been nothing if not busy
during her four years at Union.

A political science major and Japanese minor from
Pittsburgh, her Union resume is one long list of student activities:
Mountebanks; president of Amnesty International chapter; president,
treasurer and head delegate of the International Relations Club; president
and member of Coffeehouse; co-editor of Ethos; a regular at a
number of Thurston House activities; term abroad in Japan.

“I wanted to get everything I could out of my four
years here,” she says. “Wherever there were opportunities, I
took them. I like school. I like to learn.”

Among her other prizes were the Oswald D. Heck—Irwin
Steingut Prize to the student who has consistently done the best work in
political science; the meritorious service award, President's Commission
on the Status of Women Senior Scholarly Activity Award; and the Horatio G.
Warner Prize, to the senior of high personal character with the highest
standing in the bachelor of arts program.

Rohback plans to attend law school this fall, and hopes
to earn a Ph.D. in political science to teach at a college like Union.