Class of 1970

Lafayette College

October 19, 2007

McKelvy Alumni Will Reconnect With Classmates And Program At Nov. 10 Reunion

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Intellectual property attorney Jim Pooley ’70 will give keynote address By Liz Margolis ’09 McKelvy House Scholars alumni will return to campus Saturday, Nov. 10, for a day full of reconnecting and intellectual discussion. The McKelvy Scholars program graduated its first class in 1963. Since then it has been a center of intellectual curiosity and [...]

Lafayette College

October 15, 2007

Bill Forsyth ’70 Follows His Heart as Entrepreneur

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He turns interests into profitable businesses Blessed with an entrepreneurial spirit, Bill Forsyth ’70 makes the most of every opportunity. The owner of PhotoGarden photo labs in Burlington and Williston, Vt., Forsyth transformed a love of photography into a thriving business. In addition, he owns Harrington Brothers, a coffee distributorship, and Climate Care Self-Storage, an [...]

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August 8, 2007

Mike Favara ’08 and Katie Schultes ’08 Explore Numerous Facets of Pediatrics

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Biology majors serve summer internship with pediatrician Philip Goldstein ’70 Observation may be the best teacher for those making their way through the medical field. Two biology majors recently spent a two-week internship observing how a busy suburban pediatric care unit in Rydal, Pa., works, under the supervision of pediatrician Philip Goldstein ’70. Both Mike [...]

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July 30, 2007

Gerald Gill ’70, Prominent Member of Tufts Community, Has Died

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Gerald Gill ’70, associate professor of history at Tufts University, has died. He was found in his apartment in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday, July 26. The cause of death is not yet known. Gill was remembered in a letter to the community issued by Tufts University administrators: “Tufts loved Gerald and Gerald loved Tufts. Few faculty [...]