RICHARD K. WINSLOW ’40, the John Spencer Camp Professor of Music, emeritus, died July 24, 2017. He was 99. A brother of William A. Winslow of the class of 1938, he was a member of Chi Psi. He received a BS and an MS from the Juilliard School after serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II. In 1949 he joined the Wesleyan faculty and taught music until he retired in 1983. In 1970 he received a Distinguished Alumnus Award, and in 2010 the University awarded him an honorary degree. During his tenure, he advocated for and oversaw the establishment of Wesleyan’s renowned program in world music, and he had a profound influence on the lives of many students and colleagues. He was also a composer of exceptional breadth, depth, and originality. He composed operas, including Gertrude Stein’s Dr. Faustus Lights the Lights, T.S. Eliot’s Sweeney Agonistes, and Samuel Beckett’s Endgame. Along with numerous choral works and songs, he composed the musicals Alice and Her Father the King. In retirement in Antrim, N.H., he actively continued his involvement with the arts as a member of the Peterborough Players Board and serving as an early founding member and then editor of the Antrim Limrik. He maintained connections and continued correspondence with many students, colleagues, and friends for more than 50 years. His wife, Elizabeth Gittins Winslow, died in 2004. Five children, including Susan W. Bedell ’71; 12 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren; one brother, and many nieces and nephews survive.