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News Image Plan to ‘Malt and Mingle’ in Boston 10/23/14

Come “Malt and Mingle” with Alfred University at Boston Beer Works
Thursday, Nov. 6, 7-9 p.m., 112 Canal St., Boston, (near the TD Garden).

After a long day of work, come unwind with other Alfred University alumni and friends at the Boston Beer Works! Join us for a casual evening of mingling and networking.


News Image University inducts three into Athletics Hall 10/23/14

Alfred University inducted three former star student-athletes into its Athletics Hall of Fame Saturday evening, Oct. 18.
Former men's basketball star Jason Amore '97; football All-American Brian Keefer '01; and record-setting women's swimmer Sara (Thompson) Geitner '04 were inducted at a banquet ceremony on campus, held as part of Homecoming weekend.


Peters ’97 to present ‘Art of the Interview’ 10/23/14

Olga Peters, AU Class of 1997, senior staff reporter for The Commons, Brattleboro, VT, will present “The Art of the Interview” Thursday, Oct. 30, at 4:30 p.m. at Brooks Memorial Library, 224 Main St., in the meeting space next to the Children’s Room on the top floor. The program, sponsored by the Vermont Independent Media’s Media Mentoring Project, is free.


News Image Help celebrate women in athletics! 10/23/14

We are looking for alumnae stories and photos that illustrate the experience of women athletes at AU.

Alfred University plans to highlight the achievements of AU women athletes, with particular focus on alumnae experiences through the mid 1980’s (when Title IX’s influence was starting to be felt).  


News Image Do you want to explore new horizons? 10/15/14

Come see Europe’s fabled gateway to Asia, a land the West could never conquer…

Istanbul was once the capital of the Roman Empire and the most powerful city in Europe. Sitting half in Europe and half in Asia, today’s Istanbul blends ancient with modern and serves as the cultural capital of contemporary Turkey. It plays a vital role in world politics and is an important bridge from the Middle East to the democracies of the West.


News Image Three to be inducted into AU Athletics Hall 10/15/14

Alfred University will induct three former student-athletes into its Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct. 18, as part of Homecoming weekend.
Members of the Hall of Fame Class of 2014 are: former men's basketball star Jason Amore '97; football All-American Brian Keefer '01; and record-setting women's swimmer Sara (Thompson) Geitner '04. They will be inducted during a banquet at Ade Hall Saturday evening.


News Image Tordella-Williams ’12 makes ‘Excavations’ of her art pieces in Millsaps College exhibit 10/14/14

Kristen Tordella-Williams, AU Class of 2012, is a new faculty member this fall at Millsaps College, Jackson, MS, where she has an exhibit of her work on display on campus through Tuesday, Oct. 28.

“Excavations” features an overview of her art, which ranges from handmade paper, prints, innovative sculptural pieces, to performance art and video. Visit to see some of her pieces.


News Image Ackerman '52's ‘HAND-IN-HAND’ design work to be feted at publication reception 10/14/14

There will be a reception to celebrate the publication of “HAND-IN-HAND - CERAMICS, MOSAICS, TAPESTRIES, AND WOODCARVINGS BY THE CALIFORNIA MID-CENTURY DESIGNERS EVELYN AND JEROME ACKERMAN” Friday, Oct. 24, from 6-8 p.m. at the Reform Gallery, 6819 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles.


News Image Huey ’93 plants ‘Dark Garden’ at Cranbrook 10/09/14

“Dark Garden,” a clay and rebar installation by Linda Huey, AU Class of 1993, that includes environmental issues, is on display at the Cranbrook Institute of Science, Blooomfield Hills, MI, through Dec. 30, 2014. 


News Image Myers ’98’s Belgian-style ale earns silver medal at Great American Beer Festival 10/09/14

Alumnus Eric Myers, Class of 1998, reported via Facebook that his Mystery Brewing Co.’s LaQuerelle (Belgian-style ale) earned a silver medal at the recent Great American Beer Festival (GABF), Boulder, CO.


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