Entries for month: October 2012

Three Cheers for Alfred University

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Alfred University alumnus Mark O'Meara '74 is a diehard Saxons fan, and was on campus in October 2012 to attend his 43rd consecutive homecoming game.

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New Generation of Trustees Speak about Their Roles

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“Next Generation” trustees Christakis and Connors took some time to reflect about their current roles and their meaning for the future of their alma mater.

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Fall Colors of AU 2012

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Fall Colors of AU 2012


Fall 2012 Academic Alley afternoon.jpgFall 2012 Academic Alley morning.jpgFall 2012 Alumni Hall.jpgFall 2012 Bartlett afternoon.jpgFall 2012 Bartlett morning.jpgFall 2012 Howell.jpgFall 2012 Kanakadea and hillside.jpgFall 2012 Kanakadea and Powell.jpgFall 2012 McGee.jpgFall 2012 Miller and Trees.jpgFall 2012 Miller Scenic.jpgFall 2012 Olin Back Steps.jpgFall 2012 Olin fall morning.jpgFall 2012 Olin Scenic.jpgFall 2012 Perlman Hall.jpgFall 2012 Powell and Quad Area.jpgFall 2012 Quad Panorama.jpgFall 2012 Scholes Scenic.jpgFall 2012 Steinheim afternoon.jpgFall 2012 Students near King Alfred.jpgFall 2012 The Collegiate.jpg

Photography by Rick McLay ’89, AU Director of Publications and University Designer.

During mid-September through mid-October 2012, Alfred was ablaze in hues that were particularly vibrant. As you view these images, take note that, true to form, diverse and unique AU boasts a wide variety of trees, not all of which are in full intensity at the same time. So, in some photos you'll see brightly colored trees next to ones that have already lost their leaves.

These images are available in high resolution on Shutterfly.

Alfred University 1936 Centennial Celebration

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This film is an excerpt from "Memories of Alfred," a compilation of 16mm and 35mm amateur movies taken from the early 1930s through the late 1950s.

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Everything AU is a good fit for Redente

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Seems like once Matt Redente ’02 found the right path at Alfred University he’s never wanted to be too far away from his alma mater.

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