Click on the URL below for a fun listen we call all relate to!
Cheers for ALICE CZYZ!
We have been very pleased with the dialogue sparked by Alice Czyz on the Home Page Guest Book. This has inspired us to make a new page called CONVERSATIONS WITH ALICE, with its own Guest Book. We invite all of you to join in onthat
Guest Book. To get there, just click on her photo above.
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CONVERSATIONS WITH ALICE!
TIPS FROM THE TECHIES
The little arrow at the left hand top of your screen (pointing backwards) will take you back to wherever you were on your last screen. It is not necessary to find the "back to homepage" button each time.
As you all know our class has elected special faculty who we feel have been especially close to our
class over the years.
We have created a new page for Sonya
Click on her photo to keep up with her latest communications
Do you ever have computer laughs?
FIND OUT WHAT THE SGA IS PLANNING FOR DISABLED STUDENTS AND MORE!
WHAT A YEAR FOR MINIS
We started in April with a party for Sonya Stevens at Wink's house in Mt. Kisco, NY.
Then, in October we went "Back to School," and met later in New York at the Harvard Club.
Below are three links so you can visit them, read a write up and and see lots of pictures.
Sonya Stevens Honored
(Spring 2016 Mini at Wink's)
(Back to School Mini)
At the Harvard Club
We all know that our 1955 Honorary Vinnie Ferraro is our most popular lecturer when we go back for our “Back to School” mini every fall. Here’s the exciting news. He writes a blog. A what you say? A Blog called World Politics. What it means is that we can access that blog anytime just by signing up to receive it over our email. Then you can read it, save it, delete it, whatever, but you”ll be connected to Vinnie’s thinking and teaching of World Politics from your iphone or computer whenever you want.
To sign up for his blog go onto google and type in vferraro1971 and the form to sign up will become available.
Can you relate
Back when we were planning our 50th reunion (can we remember back that far?) we asked everyone to please send us their memories of Mount Holyoke. Back then everyone cooperated and actually did it. Not all of them could go into our presentation or our book but now on our website we have unlimited space so we thought we should share some more of these
The first one on our new page is from Phyllis Gaffney; one of our most loyal alums. A new one from Pat O'Keeffe is now on.
We hope that this piece will inspire you all to think of some other memories to share with our class. It’s 12 years or more since our first request. Will you be as cooperative now?????