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Coming soon: Shankweiler Society Fellows
ISO: Muhlenberg College Alumni Directory seeks all alumni
Mamma mia! An alumni trip to Italy

Keeping the tradition alive...
An opportunity to shine

Coming soon:
Shankweiler Society Fellows

The Shankweiler Society Dinner and Induction ceremony took place on Friday, Nov. 9, honoring our many distinguished alumni in the health professions. 2001 Fellows were inducted into the Society and complete profiles will follow in the next issue of the Magazine.

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Alumni, parents and friends gather in Thousand Oaks, Calif., before the Muhlenberg vs. California Lutheran University.

ISO: Muhlenberg College Alumni Directory
seeks all alumni

Would you like to get in touch with an old classmate or friend? Soon an impressive and updated directory of our alumni will be available to help you easily locate other Muhlenberg graduates.

The new Muhlenberg College Alumni Directory, scheduled for release in fall 2002, will be the most up-to-date and complete resource for reaching more than 15,000 Muhlenberg alumni. This comprehensive volume will include current name, address and phone number, as well as e-mail address, academic data and business information. The information will be bound into a classic, library-style book.

The Alumni Office has contracted with Bernard C. Harris Publishing Company, Inc. to produce our directory. Harris will soon begin researching and compiling the information to be printed in the directory by mailing a questionnaire to each alumnus/a. (If you prefer not to be listed in the directory, please contact the Alumni Office in writing as soon as possible.)

The new Muhlenberg College Alumni Directory will soon make finding an alumnus/a as easy as opening a book. Look for more details to follow.

Photo of Cortona
Mama mia!
An alumni trip to Italy

From Nov. 6-14, 2002, discover Italy's beautiful Tuscany along with fellow Mules, as you immerse yourself in the culture of the typical Tuscan village of Cortona. Highlights of the trip include:
  • 7 days at the first-class Hotel San Luca
  • Three full meals each day
  • Informative educational programs
  • Walking tour of Cortona and a visit to the Etruscan Academy
  • Wine tasting at local wineries
  • A trip to Siena
  • Excursions to the towns of Perugia, Assisi and Florence
  • A visit to Montepulciano
  • All inclusive for only $2,295 per person

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