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Best Friends. Entrepreneurs. Business partners

Best Friends, Entrepreneurs, Business Partners

Kendall Farrell and Dimitri Thompson, fifth-year seniors at Marywood University, began their friendship during lunch at a recruiting basketball visit to campus. The friendship was ...

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In This Issue

Seen & Heard

The Latest Works of Marywood Alumni

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The Hugging Army: An Experience in Connection
Vanessa L. White Fernandes, 
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The Things They've Taken
Katie McElhenney, 
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Streaming At Dusk
Steven S. Walker, 

Class Notes

As President Scott will work closely with the Office of Alumni Engagement. He encourages Marywood alumni to “visit www.marywood.edu/connect to obtain alumni resources, sign up to volunteer, register for Alumni Association events, update your contact information and much more. We want to hear from you and support you!”

“Tommy” as he is called by his friends and family, is a financial planning major at Marywood. He is a very involved leader on campus serving as a Resident Assistant, Director for Youth Ministry, Co-Chair for Kidstuff, Director of College Athlete for A Day, Service Chair of Phi Mu Delta Fraternity, and the incoming President of the Student Alumni Association (SAA).

Hilda L. Norton '63 recently authored a book titled "A Stroke of Love Memories of Our Journey," which chronicles her husband, Rex's stroke and their spiritual journey that led to his regaining the ability to speak and walk 

Mrs. Eileen Dickson Lenehan '40 sadly passed away at the age of 101 in December.

Sister Dorothy Ann Haney '62 has sadly passed away after many years of service to Marywood.

How Women Won the Vote Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, and Their Big Idea by Susan Campbell Bartoletti, Ph.D. '79 will be published in May in the 100th anniversary year of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

Barbara Borrell '63 will be attending and speaking at a medical conference at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. The conference was postponed due to the novel coronavirus. They are hoping to reschedule for later this year.

Sister M. St. Anthony Radzikowski, IHM '39 passed away January 24th following a lifetime of service to Marywood and the surrounding community.

Kathleen O’Gorman, Ph.D. '73 was among several volunteers who visited a U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing and detention center, documenting the conditions they found and raising awareness of what they saw.

Susan Kapun was named one of the Top 10 Food Service Directors in the nation.

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