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The Arcadia University Alumni eNewsletter  |  Aug. 1, 2012

See the Changes at Arcadia this Fall at Homecoming

Field House, Easton FieldWhile the Castle remains a prominent part of Arcadia University's picturesque campus, alumni who return for Homecoming 2012 will notice newly renovated spaces and new facilities that have become popular student hangouts.

Following the opening of the Commons in January 2012, plans were approved for the renovation of Easton Field. The natural grass is being replaced with a turf playing surface. Lights and a fieldhouse are also being added. The field, expected to be completed in August, will be marked for soccer and lacrosse games.

Classrooms and labs in Boyer Hall are being updated, and additional theater and classroom space is being created in the Dining Complex. Improvements are also taking place underground, as new fiber optic cable lines are laid to improve information technology and classroom experiences. Read more about construction at Arcadia.

Image: Easton Field field house drawings.

Martin-Molina ’73,’03M Bridges Gap Between U.S. and Cuba, Helps Develop Study Abroad Program

Pam Martin-Molina ’73,’03MSitting in Blankley Alumni House, Pam Martin-Molina ’73,’03M recalls the first time she saw Fidel Castro on television, punctuating statements with a dramatic wag of his finger. A young girl at the time, she was immediately fascinated by the charismatic leader and curious about Cuba.

Now Martin-Molina is helping to open up relations between the United States and its neighbor. In addition to starting Molimar Export Consultants Inc., a business assisting American companies export goods to Cuba, she has been integral in establishing an academic collaboration between Arcadia University and the University of Havana. Read more.

Highlights from the Campus 'Bulletin'

Alumni Needed for Professional Networking 101

Leave an Impression: Mentor a Student This Fall In today's job market, it's not what you know, but who you know. Help expand the connections of Arcadia's students by participating in Professional Networking 101, an annual event hosted by Alumni Relations and Career Education on Thursday, Nov. 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. Register.

Come and network with fellow alumni and help current Arcadia students practice their networking skills and add to their professional contacts. Alumni who are interested in sharing a personal story about a job search as a keynote speaker should contact Nancy Woehrle, Assistant Director for Alumni Relations, at woehrlen@arcadia.edu or 215-572-4032.

To update contact information or register as a Volunteer Career Mentor, complete the Career Mentor Form.

Upcoming Alumni Events: Mark Your Calendars

Meet up with old friends and create new connections at upcoming events for young alumni.

Aug. 1: Higher Ed Professionals Alumni Reception in Glenside
Gather on the North Porch of the Grey Towers Castle from 6 to 7:30 p.m. for a glass of wine and networking with other Arcadia Alumni who work in the field of Higher Education.

Trivia Night at Jerzee's Sports Bar (Round 2)
After such a successful and fun Trivia Night last Wednesday, another one is in the works. Stay tuned for more details about another Trivia Night coming up in August or September, because nothing beats some mid-week fun.

Sept. 19: Mets vs. Phillies Baseball Game in New York City
Reserve your tickets by August 19.

Alumni Events
Walk of Pride
Alumni Travel
Spring 2012 Magazine
Our House is Your House - visit Blankley Alumni House and tour campus
Find Us on Facebook
Arcadia Alumni Linked In Group

Arcadia University

Office of Alumni Relations • 215-572-2160 • alumni@arcadia.edu
Kevin Brown, Director • Georgene Pilling '04M, Director of Alumni Programs • Nancy Woehrle, Assistant Director • Michael Minetti, Assistant Director for Young Alumni and Students • Rose Kraynak, Office Administrator and Communications Coordinator
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