Monthly Archives: May 2006

Big Bash 2006 – Featuring The New FIJI House

The brand new, never lived in, unbelievable FIJI house will receive some visitors this weekend, I am sure.  Not only that, but the architect for the project, Jim Riddle ’86, will be on campus and will be presenting a session, … Continue reading

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The Big Bash – My Favorites

The 2006 version of the Big Bash is just around the corner.  We get a lot of help from our friends around campus – we couldn’t do it without a great team.  However, a lot of the work is done … Continue reading

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The Grunge in Student Mode

I was on my way the other day to see our Computer Services team, who do an outstanding job, by the way. Their offices are in the bottom floor of Baxter Hall. Interesting feelings for an old guy like me … Continue reading

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Class of 1956 – Class of 2006

Less than two weeks ago, the Class of 2006 graduated, packed up, and left campus to change the world.  In a little over a week, the Class of 1956 will return to campus for their 50th Reunion. 22 year olds … Continue reading

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It Takes A …v…Team

We’re expecting over 300 alumni, and over 500 total guests, next weekend for the 2006 Big Bash.  The 2006 Bash will be our biggest reunion ever – at least as far back as we could see.  We’ll welcome back an … Continue reading

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Two Difference Makers

While we’re on a mini-theme of "Thank You" on the blog, I’d like to highlight two real difference makers. That’s Heather Bazzani (l) and Michele Tatar of the Alumni and Parent Relations Office working yet another on-campus event.  Heather and … Continue reading

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Thanks Dean Williams!

Last year, Dean of the College Mauri Ditzler ’75 accepted the offer to become a college president at Monmouth.  President Andy Ford H’03 picked recently-retired Raymond Williams H’68 to come out of retirement and fill this critical position while a … Continue reading

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