Class of 1978

Lafayette College

October 22, 2008

Cindy Fox Kuhn ’78 Helps Turn Castoff Material into Homes

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She aids environment and the less fortunate as founder and director of a Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Iowa As director and co-founder of Habitat for Humanity’s local ReStore in Daveport, Iowa, Cindy Fox Kuhn ’78 oversees a nonprofit that helps the environment and enables the dream of home ownership for the less fortunate. Since [...]

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April 15, 2008

Life-Saving Teamwork

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Matt Kujovsky ’95 helps sustain life with CPR training facilitated by John Donleavy ’78 Matt Kujovsky ’95 was standing on the sideline when a referee dropped to both knees and hit the football field face first without raising a cushioning hand. For Kujovsky, the next series of events happened so fast they are a bit [...]

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April 4, 2008

Excited to Catch Up with Old Friends

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Class of ’78 will celebrate 30th reunion — by Lesley Kline ’09 This is the third time around for A.B. engineering graduate Alan Good ’78 to take on the responsibility of planning his class reunion. He chaired the 20th reunion and has volunteered as co-chair for the 25th and current reunion. Online registration and extensive [...]

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November 27, 2007

Alumni, Students Come Together for Regional Phonathons

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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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September 25, 2007

Roger Mumford ’78 Takes Yellow Brook Farm to New Heights

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His 110-acre property has received numerous awards and media exposure Roger Mumford ’78 vividly remembers standing outside Kirby Hall of Civil Rights in the spring semester of his senior year and reading the inscription on the outside of the building. “[I remember] something about the ‘ladder of success,’” he says. “I took this literally and [...]