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2nd Annual Alumni Homecoming
The campus rolls out the red carpet to welcome you back for a day of Fall Fest activities. Come to Blankley Alumni House to register and enjoy a cup of coffee before taking a tour of the Art Gallery exhibit. Have lunch on the Castle Terrace and cheer on the Knights at soccer, field hockey and tennis matches. Top off the day with a finale of Fireworks, Casino Mania and a fantastic concert with performer Rick Kelley. Most of all, reconnect with your friends, feel a part of the larger Arcadia family, and celebrate all that is happening at Arcadia. Welcome Home! Click here for a complete list of events and registration form.
Alumni Trips Filling Fast
It’s not too late to join fellow alumni in 2008 for two exciting travel opportunities through Europe. The 8-day Winter Getaway to Rome offers alumni a wonderful holiday destination and flexible sightseeing options. The more traditional 11-day Riverboat Cruise down the Danube in June will take you from Budapest to Prague with many sights to see along the way. Choose one or both options! Learn more
2007 Annual Fund a Success
Thank you to all who helped make the 2007 Arcadia Annual Fund a success! At the close of the fiscal year, there were more unrestricted monies raised than ever before. It is through the combined effort of Arcadia’s alumni, parents, friends, trustees, faculty and staff that this achievement was realized. read more
Alumni Homecoming at Fall Fest – “Welcome Home” to Arcadia for the 2nd Annual Fall Fest celebration featuring friends, food, fireworks and fun. Oct. 6.
Arcadian Adventures – Eastern State Penitentiary: Join Dr. Norman Johnston on a fascinating tour exploring the architecture and history of one of our country’s most historical prisons. Sept 29.
Alumna Lincoln Honored
Sue Lincoln ’65, who earned her B.A. in History, was presented the Distinguished Service Award from the Chamber of Commerce, Madison, N.J., for her 22 years of service as an active volunteer in the Chamber and member of its Board of Directors. This Award is the most prestigious honor to be presented to a Chamber member. REad more
Alumni Travel snapshot
Deborah Gable '59, Aurora DeLeon, Professor Bill Meiers '93M, '96M, Dennis and Susan Doodan '88M and Dennis Colussi exlore the gardens of The Salzburg Residenz, built by Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau in the 16th century. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played regularly for the Prince in the Residenz State Rooms. MorE Photos
2007-2008 Career Workshops
The Career Committee of the Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Office of Career Development, is pleased to present the 2007-2008 Career Workshop Series. This series of workshops will focus on the nuts and bolts you need to nail down when applying for a job for the first time or for the first time in years. Read More
Lincoln has taught history and sociology at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights, supervised student-teachers for Rutgers University, taught arts and crafts at the Carl Kumpf School in Clark Township, taught travel and geography for the Adult School in Parsippany and served as a travel consultant for Nu World Travel, Travel Inc., and Travelong.
In 1985 Lincoln founded Classic Travel as owner and operator. In
2000 the business became the Classic Travel Group. Lincoln served as
president when it merged with Scully Travel in 2004. As a volunteer,
Lincoln served a two year term as president of the Beaver College Alumnae
Association of Morris; a 12-year assistant at the information desk of
Morristown Memorial Hospital; a four-term president of the Madison/Florham
Park Women’s Club; a 31-year member of the Thursday Morning Club
in Madison; a deacon of the Presbyterian Church of Madison; a member
of the Madison Republican Committee, and a 12-year representative on
the borough’s Downtown Development Commission from 1991-2006.
The 2007 Arcadia Annual Fund Awards celebrating the Alumni Fund will be presented at the Fall Alumni Association Meeting on November 17. The Class of 1957 will be honored for winning the Annual Fund Award for the Class with the Largest Gift as well as the Martha-Lee Taggart Sunderman Award for the Class with the Highest Percentage of Participation. The Class of 1969 wins the Class with the Largest Gift Increase and the Class of 2002 will be recognized with the Harry G. Kuch GOLD Award for the GOLD Class with the Highest Percentage of Participation. Congratulations and thank you to all who have made these successes possible.
For More Information: Visit the Annual Fund or call Judy McNamara, Director of the Annual Fund at 215-572-2124
In addition, we will look at the resources and options available when making a career change or to continue to advance along your current career path. The first workshop is scheduled for the morning of October 6, 2007 during Alumni Homecoming at Fall Fest. Come to campus and learn about the current trends in résumé writing and how to make your first impression a good, long lasting one! After the workshop, join fellow alumni for lunch on the Castle Terrace and stay and cheer on our athletic teams.
For a complete schedule of workshops click here
Arcadia Chronicles is a monthly e-newsletter published by the Offices of Alumni Relations
Writing: Georgene Pilling, Eva Korolishin, Lori Bauer, Matthew Wolf