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Grad tidings

From president to pioneer

On May 9, Anne Prince Cuddy '64 rang the university bell at commencement. Weeks earlier, she led her 50th class reunion.

History preserver

If it's Friday, you can probably find Robbin Dodson '71, '76 MA at the Museum and Archives of Rockingham County.

Ironman times three

Cecil Pegram '78 has proven himself as an Ironman.

A welcome home in a faraway place

When Esther Milanzi '09 arrived in South Africa, family members she had never met were at the airport to greet her.

Alumni authors

Looking for a good book? Check out what your fellow alumni have written.


The face behind Facebook

If you like or follow the Alumni Association's Facebook or Twitter pages, you're already acquainted with Erica Taylor Mizelle '02.

Good memories, great expectations

Dust off your best UNCG memory, and prepare to share your experiences with students coming to campus this fall. Your college tales are in high demand this summer.

Open dialogue

Once again, UNCG alumni have stepped up to advocate for their university. More than 150 UNCG alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents and friends attended the second annual North Carolina General Assembly Reception in Raleigh May 14.

A red carpet affair

The UNCG Alumni Association literally rolled out the red carpet for new graduates this year.

Five ways

We know you're proud Spartans. In the last issue of the magazine, we offered five ways you could show your Spartan pride. This summer, we have five more ideas for you.

Old school

Woman of Distinction shares her WC story

In January, Our State magazine wrote about Alice Irby '54 and her years at Woman's College both as a student and as an administrator. Read the article for a slice of UNCG history and a flavor of 1950s and '60s campus life.
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