Class of 1951
How an alumni family is working to preserve the biological diversity of Armenia A magnitude 6.9 earthquake rocked northwestern Armenia Dec. 7, 1988, destroying the small mountainous city of Spitak. In a matter of minutes, 25,000 people were killed, 15,000 injured, and 517,000 left homeless. It was one of the worst earthquakes of the century. [...]
From steering wheels to washing machines, Robert Swain ’51 has been a pioneer in color manufacturing for plastics By Megan Zaroda ’07 Red used to be the favorite color of Robert Swain ’51 — until he operated his own business. “I wanted to see my company get out of the red and into the blue,” [...]
Events in Lehigh Valley and New Jersey raise $25,000 Eight alumni and more than ten students participated in the Lafayette-Lehigh Week Alumni Regional Phonathon 6:30-9 p.m. Nov. 13 in the Wilson Room of Pfenning Alumni Center. The effort garnered 30 pledges totaling $12,107. In addition, 13 individuals are still considering donating to the cause. The [...]
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