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Hello, Wheaton Alumni, Happy Tuesday! Sending Love, Light, and Strength your way! I'm Asia Cruz, Class of 2014. Currently, I'm a High School Educator at a Charter School in the South Bronx. My title is a Youth Development Specialist and Career Readiness Coordinator. In the midst of two days, we had to learn the platform that students will be using for our online classes and test it out today! Day 1 was successful, I was able to do one-one sessions and advise students. It was stressful at first but worth it! Checking in and speaking to all my students brought me JOY! I will like to pay it forward! While you are homeschooling/remotely/digitally educating your teens/students/kids/family members, if you need any assistance and/or more resources, please reach out to me. I will be happy to support and answer questions. Also, if you will like to connect and collaborate in any way let me know! We WILL get through this! #bettertogether #BronxEducator
Meant to post this on my earlier post but I don't see that one. UPDATE: I spoke with the director of alumni relations, Courtney Shurtleff, who was quite lovely. I was shocked, though, to hear that PCI will be contacting alumni again not once more, but two more times, to gather our histories. I should have suggested that the project be walked back, but I know that it's too late for that and they are all in. It's really too bad. She acknowledged only that the sense of urgency in the postcards was off-putting, and said they'd dialed it back based on the A/B test. However, I'm not sure thought that that this whole endeavor was a big mistake. Things I also learned: 900 alumni have provided personal narratives, and about 300 have bought the book (which isn't billed right away, so expect people to get pissed off again in about six months). It is, moreover, unclear to me exactly what their goal is: if it's to increase engagement, it succeeded in annoying (engaging) a significant number of alumni.
[cross-posted]: OMG. After yet ANOTHER email asking me to update my info and provide my oral history, I sent the alumni office this email, which I wanted to share in case anyone here is interested or has a similar (or different) take. Not sure why, but I find this whole project 100% annoying. _______ TO: [email protected] SUBJ: PUBLISHING CONCEPTS INC. To Whom It May Concern, As someone who works in alumni relations (not at Wheaton), I am very concerned that my alma mater is associating itself with this antiquated and sketchy company (see employee reviews on Glassdoor if you are unfamiliar with PCI's high-sales-pitch methods). If you wanted simply to collect oral histories, just have people send in short videos they shoot themselves (we've done something similar at my place of employment). You can even embed this functionality right on your website. And if you want to verify data, send out emails that have our data populated right in the email, then send us to a form where WE can input any corrections ourselves. This isn't rocket science in the year 2020. Gathering OUR content that will then be complied and sold BACK to us for an exorbitant amount in BOOK FORMAT is not only uber retro (think 1980s); it reflects badly on the college and has engendered significant bad vibes among alumni, as evidenced by social media posts. This flat-footed attempt at engaging alumni was ill-advised at best and deleterious to the college's reputation at worst. I'm sorry Wheaton got itself into this mess. I wish the alumni office the best as it moves forward from this debacle. Thanks for your attention, Mari Mari Megias, Class of 1991
Where is a good place to post this for current students ? I’ll leave it here because there are also jobs open. I have an amazing friend in NYC and her company is offering jobs and internships.
The new year brings you a chance to join the Alumni Board of Directors! We are looking for an Alumni Trustee, Nominating Committee Chair and 3-5 Members-at-Large. Please consider nominating someone you know or yourself.
Anybody know how to get in touch with Sarah (Sally) Walker class of 1967? A friend wants to know. Thanks.
Here’s to the Class of 2019! May you all find joy & success in whatever you do! Remembering this day in 1977 fondly. Wheaton MA ROCKS!! 👨🏻‍🎓🎓👩🏼‍🎓
Dear fellow Wheaton alums, My little graphic design studio, Strick&Williams, here in Brooklyn, NY, is up for a prestigious Webby People's Voice award for a website we designed for London’s Royal Academy last year. This award is a bit of a popularity contest (annoyingly), and we’re in a race to the finish with art auction site Paddle8 and a site about the Chinese activist/artist, Ai Weiwei, also in the lead. Can you (and your love ones!) find time to vote for us through the link below? Polls close THIS Thursday. I would be so grateful. The exposure means a lot to a studio our size. And please follow us on Instagram at strickandwilliams Thank you so much, Charlotte Strick, Class of '95
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As members of an association over 18,000 strong, Wheaton's alumnae and alumni continue to count on each other and contribute to the college community.

This is the official page of the Wheaton College Alumni Association. The page is maintained by The Office of Alumnae/i Relations (http://wheatoncollege.edu/alumnaei). The page administrators encourage active dialogue among users of this page but reserve the right to remove comments that are deemed hurtful or disrespectful to users of the page and/or members of the greater Wheaton community. Our policy on social media can be found on the college website at http://wheatoncollege.edu/communications/social-media-policy/. Wheaton abides by Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities (http://www.facebook.com/terms.php) and asks its Facebook users to do the same.

Members of the Alumni Board of Directors showcase a few ways our volunteers have made their impact on the Wheaton community. We are grateful for our volunteers continuous hard work and dedication because our community would not be the same without their support!

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President Dennis Hanno shares his sincere appreciation to Wheaton’s Volunteers 💙

“Wheaton is truly all about the people who make up this amazing community, and our volunteers form the foundation of this institution...”

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Did You Know? Today—April 22—is an important day in Wheaton’s history as it marks the day the doors officially opened for the Wheaton Female Seminary. The inaugural class had 50 pupils and their first educational experience was a 22-week summer term located in "The Sem", which was Wheaton College Massachusetts first official building.

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Janet Lindholm Lebovitz ‘72, Chair of the Board of Trustees extends her deep appreciation to all Wheaton College Massachusetts volunteers during National Volunteer Week!

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Did You Know? Wheaton has a rich history of alumni volunteerism. For example, Kate Upson Clark [Class of 1869] was an active and influential member of Wheaton’s Alumni Association for more than half a century. She was the founder of the New York Wheaton Club in 1885, Wheaton’s first regional alumnae club. She was also the fourth alumna elected to Wheaton College’s board of trustees and served as a trustee from 1906 to 1935.

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Happy National Volunteer Week 🎉

In honor of this joyous occasion, this week we will be showcasing our deep appreciation for all of our Alumni Volunteers who help make the Wheaton community what it is 💙

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Wheaton woke up in a Winter Wonderland ❄️

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Did You Know? Physical education has been important at Wheaton since its founding. Beginning in 1835, students were required to perform calisthenics, rhythmic movements, breathing exercises and to walk every day in good weather.

By the end of the 19th century, gym classes included archery, croquet, tennis, riding, bowling and basketball.

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Did you know that electric lights were installed in the Seminary buildings in 1898? However, students are advised to study by gas or lamp according to the belief that it was easier on the eyes.

Wheaton continues to have electric service — weather permitting — to the present day.

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To all of our alumni, families, and friends who are celebrating Easter, we wish that your love & joy is abundant and can burst forth like the flowers in the spring. Happy Easter!

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We hope you will join us next Thursday for this amazing virtual event!

Registration is free but required: https://bit.ly/2JSZO30

Event Details:
Elaine Weiss, an award-winning journalist and author will speak at a virtual event on April 16, at 7 p.m., to discuss The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote. This event is part of Wheaton’s celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment and Women's Suffrage.

Elaine Weiss, an award-winning journalist and author will speak at a virtual event on April 16, at 7 p.m., to discuss The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote. This event is part of Wheaton’s celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment and Women's Suffrage.

Registration is free but required: https://bit.ly/2JSZO30

Did You Know? Wheaton College Massachusetts adopted an official mascot during the 1988-89 school year. Former Executive Director of Athletics Chad Yowell and former Dean of Students Sue Alexander, collaborated together to create the first official mascot. About 30 years later, the Wheaton College Athletics Department gave the Lyon mascot a makeover and announced the first-ever mascot name for the Lyon, Roary!

In honor of this "Did You Know?" we are happy to share an exclusive Roary coloring page!

To our alumni, families, and friends who are preparing their Passover Seders, we are wishing you Happy Passover 💙

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April 3 Community Update from President Hanno | Blog | Wheaton College | Massachusetts

President Hanno's community update is posted on the college's official blog.

wheatoncollege.blog It’s a rainy, gray Friday on the Wheaton campus, making me long even more for the energy and liveliness missing here with almost everyone studying and working remotely.

Wheaton Alumni go virtual! Check out members of the Class of 1977 getting together for an impromptu get together!

Send Wheaton College Massachusetts Alumni Association a screenshot or photo of your virtual alumni get together to be featured in our #WheatonMA Alumni Love 💙

"When I think about creativity, I think about chaos. I work with my students to help them see through the chaos to find their point of view—their world view—through a creative outlet, whether that's on paper, on canvas, or on a stage. That's the experience I had when I was a student at Wheaton. The faculty challenged me to think creatively in ways that I hadn't know were possible."
–Stephanie Burlington Daniels ’97, associate professor of theatre

Donate today to support Wheaton faculty members, like Stephanie, who are using creativity in today's chaos: bit.ly/34aTygj

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Have you been connecting with classmates or fellow alumni virtually? Consider using these Zoom backdrops of Wheaton College Massachusetts to brighten up your virtual gathering!

Want your Wheaton virtual gathering featured on the Alumni Association Account? Share a picture or screenshot with us through private messaging 💙💻💙

Show your Wheaton pride during your next Zoom meeting, presentation or online class with a Wheaton themed background.

Check them out and download your favorite: https://bit.ly/342wakZ

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President Hanno March 27 Message to Wheaton Alumni | Blog | Wheaton College | Massachusetts

Did you get a chance to read President Hanno's message last Friday to Wheaton Alumni? In case you missed it, you can read it on the college's official blog found here: https://bit.ly/39DwYyc

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Virtual Community Conversation - Understanding and Preventing Hate Speech & Crime - Wheaton College Massachusetts

Join a Virtual Community Conversation: Understanding and Preventing Hate Speech and Crime, March 31 at 5 pm. Zoom information.

wheatoncollege.edu Please mark your calendars for this on-line community event! Please join us virtually (via Zoom) on Tuesday, March 31st, 5-7pm for a community conversation on understanding and preventing hate speech and crime. This event is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and DEAL (Diversity, Equity, & Acces...

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President Speaks: 5 tips for small-college leaders to foster community amid coronavirus

Did you see President Hanno's 5 tips for creating community while going remote? Check out his informative article here: https://bit.ly/2UF5zGG

In response to President Hanno's tips, here at remote Wheaton, we will continue to provide ways our alumni can connect virtually with our students, the college, and each other. To learn more visit: https://wheatoncollege.edu/alumni/

educationdive.com "This situation feels different because its duration and impact are so uncertain," writes Wheaton College President Dennis Hanno.

Thank you to all of our Wheaton College Massachusetts alumni, family, and friends who have been working on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic. We deeply appreciate all of your ongoing efforts to slow the spread of the virus and taking care of those in need. Please continue to stay safe and healthy!

Josh Bauchner ’95, President Alumni Association, alongside fellow members of the Alumni Board of Directors, shares how Wheaton College Massachusetts alumni can support currents students and our community during this unprecedented time.

As we mark the 150th Anniversary of our Alumni Association, it is more important now than ever that we stay connected as a community and to each other. Here are a few ways we can stay connected: bit.ly/3b8TsYY

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President Hanno Message to Wheaton Alumni on the Impact of COVID-19 | Blog | Wheaton College | Massachusetts

Wheaton College is continuing to follow the coronavirus (COVID-19) developments. Recently published is a message from President Hanno to Wheaton Alumni on the Impact of COVID-19, please check out the message here: bit.ly/3cZxYPQ

For up-to-date information on the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the college's dedicated web page: bit.ly/2TGjJrx

wheatoncollege.blog Recent events stemming from the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19 have dramatically impacted all of our normal routines—personally, professionally and, of course, on campus.

Did you know? A Wheaton Female Seminary graduate was the first American Female Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Lydia Folger Fowler was the first American woman to receive a medical degree and the first female professor at an American medical college. She was also a lecturer, author, poet and activist for temperance and women’s rights. http://bit.ly/2vfxLqU

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Meet Amy Whitcomb Slemmer, Wheaton College Class of 1986, a lawyer and Episcopalian priest who offers support through ministry to U.S. immigrants in the Boston area who have been detained. She is one of Wheaton’s many Movers and Makers. Meet them: bit.ly/2HnKE4q

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In celebration of International Women’s Day, we're sharing some of our favorite photos of Wheaton women from the Marion B. Gebbie Archives. Wheaton has been a champion of women's education since 1834.

Did you know? The Alumni Association is starting a virtual book club! Meet and connect other alumni who enjoy reading, learning, and engaging in thoughtful discussions. The March-May selection is "The Woman's Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote" by Elaine Weiss. Learn more and sign up: http://bit.ly/38ud1ZQ.

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Driving innovation - Wheaton College Massachusetts

Do you ever wonder what future cars will look like? Alex Bandazian ’09, an industrial designer at Cambridge-based Indigo Industries, is a busy developing prototypes of a super-efficient electric vehicle. Bandazian works with clients to develop a product’s aesthetics, including its overall shape, colors, textures and sounds, as well as usability.

wheatoncollege.edu Alex Bandazian ’09, a senior industrial engineer, works with clients to develop a product’s aesthetics, including its overall shape, colors, textures and sounds, as well as usability.

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Congratulations Deborah A. Dowling ’74, Kirsten Cappy ’92, Sharon Levine ’70, and Nancy Robbins Rea ’69, P’97!

Four Wheaton College alumni will be honored with Alumni Achievement Awards during Commencement Reunion Weekend. http://bit.ly/2TuJ7zo

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Did you know? American poet, singer and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou, visited Wheaton College Massachusetts twice. She was the Commencement Speaker in 1981 and she returned to campus in October 2000 to speak at Autumn Fest. There were about 2,000 people present at her lecture.

Bringing Maya back to campus was a student-led initiative. Pictured below: a select few students were able to meet and talk with Maya before her lecture in 2000.

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Social Entrepreneurship: President Hanno and Imran Chowdhury, the inaugural Diana Davis Spencer Chair of Social Entrepreneurship and Associate Professor of Business and Management, will discuss current social entrepreneurship initiatives and how they fit into the mission of the college’s liberal arts curriculum and, specifically, within Wheaton’s historic focus on experiential learning as an integral part of students’ education.

For this Lyons Lunch webcast, several students involved in social entrepreneurship efforts will share what they are learning through coursework and from putting their own ideas into action. Also, Madison Dunaway, the new Coordinator of Innovation Spaces and Programs, will discuss how our programs, workshops and events help students gain confidence and competence to follow their passions and launch their own social enterprises.

Historian and British royal family biographer, Sally Bedell Smith ’70 will deliver Wheaton College Massachusetts' 185th Commencement speech. Smith will receive an honorary degree at the Commencement ceremony, along with three other honorees: Edmund Barry Gaither, Khrystian “Khrys” King ’95 and Abby Spencer Moffat. http://bit.ly/2TcNizK

Congratulations to 2020 MLK Legacy Award recipients Lindsey Lorine ’20 and Shaya Gregory Poku, director of Wheaton College Center for Social Justice & Community Impact!

Wheaton honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a keynote delivered by scholar, author, and civic influencer Dr. Khalilah L. Brown-Dean; presentation of the MLK Legacy Student and Staff/Faculty awards; and performances by winners of the Creativity Showcase.

The 2020 MLK Legacy Student Award was given to Lindsey Lorine ’20. Shaya Gregory Poku, Dean for Equity, Social Justice, and Community Impact, received the 2020 MLK Legacy Staff/Faculty Award.

More on the celebration: http://bit.ly/38CHh5L

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Meet Ryan Letada '08, founder and CEO of NextDayBetter, a company that shares the untold stories of those in immigrant/diaspora communities in creative ways. He is one of Wheaton’s many Movers and Makers. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2vyHfNO

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Happy Valentine's Day! Enter our giveaway and treat your Wheatie Sweetie or Wheaton BFF to this prize pack made to share!

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3. Tag the person you would share this prize with in the comments

We will pick one random winner Monday, 2/17.

Did you know? Each year, Wheaton College Massachusetts presents the prestigious MLK Legacy Award, which recognizes one student and one faculty or staff member who, through their actions and leadership, are helping the community to live in a manner consistent with King’s values. This year's recipients will be chosen during Tuesday's MLK Legacy Celebration. http://bit.ly/2HkIjar

Pictured (from left to right): 2019 MLK Legacy Award recipients, Sol Martinez Guevara '19 and Associate Professor of English Shawn Christian. 2018 MLK Legacy Award recipients, Musa Ali ’18 and Associate Professor of History Dolita Cathcart.

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Over 100 students, faculty, and staff attended the 20th Wheaton Posse Plus Retreat this weekend. Wheaton is celebrating 21 years of partnership with The Posse Foundation.

Did you know? Wheaton College Massachusetts has a 20-year relationship with The Posse Foundation. This weekend, over 100 students, faculty and staff will be attending a Posse Plus retreat. Wheaton has 40 current Posse scholars and about 120 alumni.

Pictured: Wheaton's first Posse from the class of 2004 in New York.

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Meet Tom Sanderson '92, co-founder and former director of tCSIS Transnational Threats Project, who travels around the world investigating terrorism, transnational crime and global intelligence in an effort to bridge differences and make the world a safer place. He is one of Wheaton’s many Movers and Makers. http://bit.ly/373qHKV

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Planning an escape from winter weather? Entrepreneur and travel expert Marisa DeSalvio ’10 says to think beyond popular destinations like the Caribbean or Europe. Marisa owns DeSalvio Travel, a Washington, D.C.-based agency that promises to whisk people away to the “unspoiled place no one has heard of.” http://bit.ly/3851voE

wheatoncollege.edu Marisa DeSalvio ’10, who majored in English and minored in art history, owns DeSalvio Travel, a Washington, D.C.-based agency that promises to whisk people away to the “unspoiled place no one has heard of.”

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Cliff Notez (the hip-hop artist also known as Cliften Bonner-Desravines), Wheaton College Massachusetts Class of 2013 curated a multimedia gallery exhibition at Dorchester Art Project based on his latest album dealing with issues of race and mental illness. https://dorchesterartproject.org

dorchesterartproject.org Dorchester Art Project is a community-driven art space in Fields Corner. Our mission is to serve artists in Dorchester, Boston and Greater Boston by providing affordable studio, performance, gallery and community gathering space. We are run by Brain Arts Organization which is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and...

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This is the official page of the Wheaton College Alumni Association. The page is maintained by The Office of Alumni Relations (http://wheatoncollege.edu/alumni). The page administrators encourage active dialogue among users of this page but reserve the right to remove comments that are deemed hurtful or disrespectful to users of the page and/or members of the greater Wheaton community. Our policy on social media can be found on the college website at http://wheatoncollege.edu/communications/social-media-policy/. Wheaton abides by Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities (http://www.facebook.com/terms.php) and asks its Facebook users to do the same.

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