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Alumni awards celebrate longstanding support and dedication

A call for volunteers
50th reunion class gives $3 million

Seeking out the best and brightest
The plate is in the mail...
Important facts about the Muhlenberg Fund

A call for volunteers

Your alma mater needs you. That's right, we're looking for alumni volunteers from all career fields interested in helping out with Alumni in the Classroom Week.

During this week-long program, alumni come back to campus to speak with current students about higher education or their chosen professions, and to offer the students advice on entering these fields. We need the support of alumni from all disciplines, and we are especially seeking out individuals with a career pertaining to a foreign language or the arts.

Due to the growing popularity of this annual event, we've actually expanded Alumni in the Classroom Week to include one week during the fall semester and a second in the spring, so volunteer support will be even more critical.

This fall's session of Alumni in the Classroom Week will run November 5-9, 2001. In spring 2002, Alumni in the Classroom Week will be held March 18-22.

For more information or to get involved, please contact Marah Ritchey, Alumni Relations Associate, at 800-464-2374. Her e-mail address is: mritchey@muhlenberg.edu. Remember, your alma mater needs you!

Phi Kappa Tau made its official return to campus with a re-chartering ceremony in March. Representatives from PKT national and alumni were on hand as the fraternity officially inducted its newest members. PKT was re-colonized at Muhlenberg two years ago.

50th reunion class gives $3 million

The Class of 1951 had a terrific turnout for its 50th Reunion. Spearheaded by Ted Argeson and Bill Pulley, with a leadership gift from Dr. David M. Long Jr., the class gift was $3,000,051.

President Arthur R. Taylor accepts the generous gift from the Class of '51.


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