Entries for month: January 2013

Fiat editors have fond memories, still engage in media

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As the Fiat Lux approaches 100 years of serving students, faculty, staff, and alumni, Alfred Online asked several former editors-in-chief, who served during various phases of the newspaper, to reminisce about their time spent on the Fiat staff, how their newspaper days may have affected their careers/lives, and what avenue they use to stay connected today.

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Today’s Fiat turns to media future

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A spirit of hope and evolution rang in the centennial year for Alfred University’s (AU) student newspaper the Fiat Lux, likening this year at AU to so many experienced by small newspapers as one of change.

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The Sharon Hoover Fiat Lux Fund

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Established in November 2002, The Sharon Hoover Fiat Lux Fund honors Sharon Hoover, professor emeritus of English, who advised the Fiat Lux staff for more than 15 years.

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Decades of Fiat pages go ‘live’ online, thanks to variety of gifts

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Alumni, students, faculty, friends, genealogists, and newspaper enthusiasts are now able to sit at a computer, Ipad, or similar electronic device and peruse the “pages” of the nearly 100-year-old student newspaper at Alfred University, the Fiat Lux.

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Fiat Lux April 16, 1918 - First Editor of the Fiat Lux Instantly Killed

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“Robert D. Garwood, one of Alfred’s most popular students, who graduated from here in the class of 1914, was instantly killed in Texas, March 28 by a fall from his aeroplane. ..."

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