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2002 Alumni Achievement Awards - 50 Years of Recognition
 

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Cardinal Key Society elects new members
Alumni College in the Tuscany region of Italy
Your campus connection - The Muhlenberg Fund

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'Berg welcomes new members to Athletic Hall of Fame
Alumni Directory: Last Call

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Homecoming 2002
Mark your calendars!

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Connect with Experience - Alumni-in the-Classroom Week
Delayed Recognition
Nice Catch

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Cardinal Key Society elects new members


Members of the Cardinal Key Society gathered at the Hoffman House on March 20 for a special dinner with Photo of the members of the Cardinal Key Society.President Arthur R. and Mrs. Kathryn Taylor to welcome the Society's newest members. Eighteen of Muhlenberg's finest were selected to join Cardinal Key from an applicant pool of nearly 100 students. These individuals serve as link between the current student body and 'Berg alumni.
Members of the Society have had a busy semester representing the College at events on campus and in the community as well as regional alumni gatherings. Get to know these outstanding students at an alumni event near you!


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Alumni College in the Tuscany region of Italy

Join Muhlenberg alumni and friends in Italy this fall! Immerse yourself in a travel opportunity that combines a journey into Tuscany, a region steeped in history, culture and natural beauty with an exciting eight-day educational program. The ancient Etruscan city of Cortona will serve as your campus site. From there you will also visit Montepulciano, Perugia, Assisi and Siena. Marvel at the lush countryside and architectural gems within your surroundings while enjoying extraordinary cuisine and wine. An optional excursion to Florence is available. You'll enjoy first-class hotel accommodations, meals, excursions and educational content from $2295 per person, based on double occupancy.
Additional details can be found on the Muhlenberg Web site, or by calling Alumni Holiday International at 1-800-323-7373 and speaking to someone in the sales department. Travel dates are Nov. 6-14.

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Your campus connection - The Muhlenberg Fund

The Muhlenberg Fund is what keeps you connected and keeps you informed. You receive letters from classmates and phone calls from current students. You see The Muhlenberg Fund everywhere.
But what is The Muhlenberg Fund?
Simply stated, The Muhlenberg Fund is the College's annual giving program. The Muhlenberg Fund provides 25 percent of the College's operating budget. It supports day-to-day costs such as financial aid, technology and faculty salaries, just to name a few.
In addition, because the cost to educate a student far surpasses the cost of tuition and fees, the difference between the two is generated through unrestricted gifts* to The Muhlenberg Fund. While most Colleges increase their tuition 6 to 10 percent each year, Muhlenberg maintains tuition increases of only 3 to 6 percent. Therefore, current students and parents see the immediate effects of The Muhlenberg Fund.
Alumni are also directly impacted. As the strength and national reputation of Muhlenberg increases, so does the value of the Muhlenberg College degree.
Gifts to The Muhlenberg Fund may be made several different ways: cash, check, MasterCard, Visa, stocks, wills, bequests, gifts in kind and online. For more information, please visit our Web site at www.muhlenberg.edu/alumni/devel/index.html or call The Muhlenberg Fund office at 1-800-859-2243.
A special thank you to everyone who has contributed to Muhlenberg College. Your generosity is greatly appreciated!

* Unrestricted gifts are gifts that can be allocated
to the highest need of the College.
 

 

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