Monthly Archive:: February 2015

From the Director of Alumnae and Alumni: As I reflect on the Association, I always return to our strongest
Arts Fusion: On a chilly early winter afternoon, a group of men and women
Forgotten Memories: Alice’s Alzheimer’s Journey: This article tells the story of Alice Lusby Pasqualetti ’52 and her
From the President of the Association: This is my last letter to all of you! I have certainly
My March to UnPersonhood: One Woman’s Battle with Dementia: Forgotten Memories: Alice’s Alzheimer’s Journey tells the story of Alice Lusby Pasqualetti ’52
High Achievers: Three women received the College’s highest alumnae honor in September. During a
Calling for a Cure: A Randolph professor and her students are part of national Alzheimer’s research utilizing smart phones: A Randolph professor and her students are part of national Alzheimer’s research
President’s Perspective: According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 5.2 million people in the
The Class Ring Legacy Continues: Several years ago, a thoughtful alumna, Julia Myers Clay ’47, donated her
Family Matters: Personal experience guides alumna’s performance in Blackberry Winter: When Grace Rosselle was struggling with the final stages of dementia, combined