Helen Kwalwasser, 89, of Center City, a violin professor at Temple University for nearly 50 years and a much-admired chamber musician and soloist in Philadelphia and New York City, died Monday, May 22, at her home.
She was “a beautiful person, an extraordinary musician, and an iconic figure in the music world,” said violinist Sarah Chang, who would sometimes go to Ms.
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“I thought like I’m not even going to be here for graduation, my job won’t let me off work, but he still said it would be really good for me.”Soon afterward, Hudson set to work writing a speech that her peers chose to be the words of encouragement before they graduate in Sanford Stadium on May 5.
Hudson said she drew inspiration for her speech from times throughout college, from her dedication to Young Life, working at the Visitor’s Center, to being an Orientation Leader.
He changed into his swimming trunks, she put on a skimpy bathing suit, and then, by the side of his pool, she rubbed sunscreen into the folds of his sagging back -- bracing herself to endure an afternoon of sex with someone she suspected was actually about 30 years her senior.
She loves talking to them, being with others and building connections with people every day.
However in all of her love for socializing, she never anticipated she would have the opportunity to talk to more than 300,000 people at once.
While she doesn’t want to give away her speech, she said her theme came from the students she met as an Orientation Leader.“Right now I’m doing my ‘big girl’ job, and I have experienced the fear of inadequacy, what if I don’t find the right friends, what if my dream job isn’t what I thought it’d be,” Hudson said.
“All of those are really relevant when entering the freshman year of life.”Of the many people Hudson befriended at the University of Georgia, accounting Professor Jennifer Gaver is someone Hudson described in a text as her “accounting professor slash bestie woman.”“Avery is one of the most joyful people I have ever met, and is one my favorite people I’ve ever taught,” Gaver said.