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April 16, 2014

Wheels are beginning to roll across campus as spring weather returns. Student Emily Smith checks out some "wheels" available to rent in the Bike Hub, Powell Campus Center.
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Alumna endows 'Women of Influence' series for Women's Leadership Center

Pamela Lavin Bernstein ’71, a founding member of the advisory board for the Women’s Leadership Center (WLC) at Alfred University (AU), has made a gift to the Center to endow the Women of Influence Speakers Series.

‘Simple’ pottery by alumnus on exhibit in Illinois art center

The drawings and ceramic work of studio potter Robert Archambeau, AU Class of 1967, are on display at the Edwardsville (IL) Arts Center (EAC) through May 30, 2014 in an exhibition titled “Drawn & Fired II.”

Philadelphia-area alumni event to feature report on new health, wellness facilities

Join Philadelphia-area alumni, parents, and friends for a special Alfred University gathering, Sunday, May 4, 1:30-3:30 p.m., 1375 Heller Drive, Yardley, PA.

Exhibition of Cushing's work to open at Schein-Joseph Ceramic Museum

An exhibition for the late renowned ceramic artist and Alfred University (AU) professor emeritus Val Cushing will open Thursday, April 24 at the Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art, Binns-Merrill Hall. A public reception will be held from 4:30-6 p.m.

New events, traditions all part of the activity at Alfred's annual Hot Dog Day

This year, Alfred’s biggest annual event – Hot Dog Day(s) – will be full of new and exciting events as well as long-standing traditions to mark the 42nd year of celebration.

Symphony Orchestra to welcome guest

The Alfred University Symphony Orchestra, directed by Dr. Lisa Lantz, will perform the Mozart Piano Concerto #23 with guest pianist, Frank Mitchell Bush, on Friday, April 25 at 7 p.m. in Miller Theater. Everyone is invited to attend this free event.

‘After Jack’ to release debut album, ‘Echo’

The all-female Americana trio After Jack has teamed up with producer Aaron Ramsey of Mountain Heart, to record its debut album at Mountain Fever Studios in Willis, VA.

Honorary alumna featured in article

Honorary Alumna Sharon Hoover, who taught English at the University for nearly 20 years and was adviser to the “Fiat Lux” student newspaper, currently resides in Delaware’s Cape region and was recently the subject of a feature article in the Cape Gazette in which she explains the religious philosophy of Quakers.

Team rallies against domestic violence

The Alfred University softball team has created a video that seeks to help educate people on to the problem of domestic violence.

Experiences in music, art will come together in weeklong summer festival

This summer in Alfred, experiences in music and art will come together for the MostArts Festival at Alfred University (AU) Sunday through Saturday, July 6-12.

Klan Alpine Day Down the Road 2014

We look forward to this reunion and hope that you can make it. It has been a couple of years so we’re going to do it again. 

E-news is an electronic newsletter for Alfred University alumni and friends to provide the latest in alumni news and events, campus happenings, and sports. If you have news to share in classnotes or in our online magazine, please contact Debbie Clark, alumni publications editor, or you may call her at 607.871.2040.

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