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Alumnae fill 3 positions in advancement and alumni relations

Spring 2015

The Office of University Advancement has one new face and one familiar face in a new role. Katherine Buffey Bulifant ’13, M.S. ’14, assumed the new position of director of campus philanthropy…

Where in the World is the Longwood Scarf?

Spring 2015

In the Dominican Republic

Decade of 2010s Reunion Weekend set for Oktoberfest

Spring 2015

If you graduated during the 2010s, mark your calendar for Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015. That’s the date for the Decade of the 2010s Reunion (the Classes of 2010-14), which will…

Alumni couple honor professor with scholarship for needy students

Summer 2015

  Carol Wisch Blount ’89 almost didn’t finish college. She had the grades and the work ethic—just not enough money. Instead of being forced to drop out, however, she received…

Anything new? Contact alumni database manager

Summer 2015

Alumni, please keep in touch with Sheila Seagle. An alumni biographical specialist in the Office of University Advancement, she maintains the alumni database. It’s important to contact her when you…

Water slides, pizza and kids

Summer 2015

Weekend at Great Wolf Lodge offers an energetic ‘mini-reunion’

New head of Alumni Relations, Alumni Board president focus on strengthening ties

Summer 2015

The Office of Alumni Relations is being energized by two new leaders this summer. Ryan Catherwood, a nationally known thought-leader in the field of alumni engagement, will put his skills…

Marathon Men

Fall 2014

Mike Porter ’90 and his son, Jeffrey, who has cerebral palsy, competed in April 2014 in their first Boston Marathon. The Porters have run about 50 races together over the…

Fall Reunion changed to Sept. 12

Summer 2015

The Classes of 1970 and 1975 will make history at the 2015 Fall Reunion, Sept. 12. They will be the first classes to enjoy the new Maugans Alumni Center for…

Class Notes

Summer 2015

1950s Lois Anne Gary ’58 has a granddaughter who recently completed her freshman year at Longwood. Her granddaughter will be the third generation to graduate from Longwood, the first being…