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News Image ‘Hubs and Spokes’ riders favor the format 6/25/15

Riders on the Alfred University (AU) “Hubs and Spokes with Alfred Blokes” tour to Reunion 2015 pedaled to another successful journey earlier this month when they completed their six-day trip to campus.

This eighth ride-to-reunion tour took a little different tack in that riders and their traveling companions enjoyed two-day stays and regional exploring at New York State stops in Auburn, Canandaigua, and Letchworth State Park before completing the journey at the King Alfred statue on campus Friday, June 12, the first day of Reunion.

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News Image Do you recall your senior class gift? 6/25/15

We kindly ask for your assistance as we gather a comprehensive list of senior class gifts made through the years. These are the legacies (sometimes physical gifts such as trees and furniture, and sometimes scholarship funds) most classes collectively left to AU upon graduating. While our records show many specific class gifts, some are, unfortunately, proving harder to find in our archives.

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AKO sisterhood selects new leadership 6/17/15

The sisterhood of Alpha Kappa Omicron (AKO) announces the selection of new co-presidents.

Danielle Johnson-Kutch ’03 and Meghan Martin Smith ’04 are the new leaders of the AKO Alumni Association Board, effective June 13, 2015.

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Performative work by Godward ’05 part of Volta 11, Basel 6/11/15

Ben Godward’s -  AU  Class of  2005 -  “art fair butcher shop” will be on display with the art of two other Slag Gallery, Brooklyn artists at Volta 11, Monday, June 15-Saturday, June 20 in Markthalle, Basel, Switzerland, Booth B3.

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News Image Scheer ’84 looks ‘Through a Dirty Window’ 6/11/15

Joseph Scheer ’84, professor of printmaking in the School of Art and Design at AU, has a new of way of producing and presenting his work. He makes photo books of multiple unbound individual pages in sequence and wooden boxes to contain them.

Some of his boxed books and framed individual photos – selected from the books for the most part – are on exhibit in “Joseph Scheer: Through a Dirty Window” at the Western New York Book Arts Center through Friday, June 26.

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News Image Retrospective of work by Tetkowski ’77 displayed in Ontario, Canada gallery 6/11/15

A retrospective exhibition of work by Neil Tetkowski, AU Class of 1977, is currently on view at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

“Rethinking Mythos: A Mid-career Retrospective of Neil Tetkowski” represents Neil’s nearly 40-year career. The range of the featured works includes ceramic sculpture, photo and video installations, and monumental works included in the “Common Ground World Project.

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Attention alumni: Do you have a credential file at CDC? 6/04/15

Credential files (letters of recommendation, certifications) are maintained at the Career Development Center for 10 years after graduation. Pre-Health and Pre-Vet folders are maintained indefinitely.

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News Image Higby-Flowers ’11 installing ‘System Politics’ at the Ground Floor Gallery, Nashville 6/04/15

This Saturday, June 6, multimedia artist Morgan Higby-Flowers, AU Class of 2011, will open his latest video installation, “System Politics,” at Ground Floor Gallery and Studios in the Wedgewood-Houston arts district, Nashville.

Described as “glitchy and dissonant,” Morgan’s work “is focused on his interest in discarded technologies, system limitations, code and ‘dirty new media,’ a branch of new media art that subverts and distorts common technology. Using obsolete analog and digital equipment, Higby-Flowers creates ‘no-input’ systems that produce their own inherent visual and audial elements.”

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News Image Berger ’72 displays pieces in Long Island ‘Boatbuilders and Boatyards’ exhibit 6/04/15

Marine paintings by Nicholas Berger, AU Class of 1972,  are included in “From Shore To Shore: Boatbuilders and Boatyards of Long Island,” an exhibition running  through Sept. 18, 2015 at the newly restored wing of the Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead, NY.

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Art by Goldenberg ’74 selected for ‘California Now’ juried exhibit 6/04/15

Art by Eileen P. Goldenberg, AU Class of 1974, has been selected for “California Now,” a clay, glass, and enamel juried exhibit which debuts with an opening reception Saturday, June 13, from 5-7 p.m. in the South and West Galleries at the Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA.

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