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You’re invited to a reception celebrating AU art 9/04/14

Join us for a cocktail reception from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6 celebrating the work of Alfred University Ceramics Professor Linda Sikora, Matthew Metz, Sanam Emami (MFA 2002), and current Clay Studio Resident Artist Julie Moon (MFA 2010). The artists will give brief gallery talks at 3:30.

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News Image Work by Cabanas ’74 will find you ‘Wandering thru the Tide’ in Maine gallery 8/27/14

Friendship, Maine artist Pam Cabanas, AU Class of 1974, will open a solo exhibition – “Wandering thru the Tide” - at the Richard Boyd Art Gallery, Portland, Maine, on Monday, Sept. 1, at 10 a.m. The exhibit will be on view to the public from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily through Tuesday, Sept. 30; admission is free.

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News Image Yohe ’09 takes firm to ‘Dinosaur Island’ 8/26/14

Tyler Yohe, AU Class of 2009, is the founder of the family friendly video game publishing studio, Broken Crayon Games.

“My role as game publisher is to handle the ‘business’ of game development, such as contract negotiations, monetization, public relations, and marketing, and much more,” he explained.

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News Image Goldenberg ’74 set for Sausalito fest, work to be featured in Studio Visit Magazine 8/26/14

Eileen P. Goldenberg, AU class of 1974, will present new plates, vases, saltcellars, and cups at the Sausalito (CA) Art Festival, Aug. 30-Sept. 1, in I Booth 205 (at the tennis courts).  

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News Image Alumnus/professor ’61 contemplates President Obama’s place in history 8/26/14

Gary Ostrower, AU Class of 1961 and University professor of history, recently wrote an article which reviews the current issues on President Obama’s “plate” and how they may ultimately determine his place in history.

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News Image Dann '72 makes big proposal ‘With a Little Help’ from his friend, Sir Paul McCartney 8/22/14

It doesn’t matter whether or not John Dann, AU Class of 1972, ever crosses another item off his bucket list. He’s completed what might be #1 on the Bucket List of many of us “children” of the ’60s! It took more than “A Hard Day’s Night” worth of planning and strategizing, but the payoff turned out better than imagined.

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News Image If you’re in the Friendsville, TN area …. 8/21/14

Make plans to attend the fifth annual AU alumni Oktoberfest, Saturday, Sept. 27 from 2-5 p.m. at the home of William Rice, AU Class of 1978, and his wife, Debbie, at 539 Watershaw Drive, Friendsville.

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Dolan ’84 will be watching out for aliens in Exeter, NH 8/21/14

Watch out for aliens at the fifth annual UFO Festival lecture program, Saturday, Aug. 30 at the Exeter, NH Town Hall, 1 Front St. where Richard Dolan, AU Class of 1984, will be one of several speakers marking the “Incident in Exeter,” which occurred Sept. 3, 1965.

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News Image CNN documentary on Beck ’89 airs Sept. 4 8/21/14

CNN will air a two-hour documentary film, “Lady Valor: The Kristin Beck Story,” on Thursday, Sept. 4 at both 9 and 11 p.m. Eastern; the film is about a man, Christopher Beck, AU Class of 1989, who served in the military for 20 years and was a former member of Navy Seal Team 6 from Wellsville, NY who later became a transgender individual known as Kristin Beck.

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News Image New TNT drama based on Littell ’56 novel 8/14/14

The TNT crime drama “Legends,” which premiered Aug. 13, 2014, is based on the Robert Littell (AU Class of 1956) novel “Legends: A Novel of Dissimulation” released in 2005.

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