contribution to a community outside of the Mount Allison community.
achievement by an alumnus/alumna within 10 years of graduation
from Mount Allison.
making their way to the West coast for the summer. It was great to catch up on the
news and compare stories of our days on campus. You see, our friendship goes back
fortune to meet during Reunion weekend. Each accomplished in their academic perfor-
mance and shining examples of involvement and stewardship. It was an honour for me to
be a part of their first journey from Mount Allison into the great world that awaits.
Each of us benefitted not only from our academic education, but from the myriad of
discussions and experiences we shared while at Mount Allison. Those of us who come
back for Reunion benefit from new Allisonian experiences each time, both with new
graduates and with others making a triumphant return. If you haven't been yet, I would
encourage you to do so: time with old friends is like drinking from the fountain of youth,
if only for a weekend.
assume the presidency of our association and am eager about continuing the fine work of
my predecessor, Andrew Clark, whose efforts have given the alumni not only a stronger
voice, but strong hands with which to support and advance our
each student to feel our support as alumni, 40,000 strong. I am confident they will benefit
from your wisdom and experience, and I am certain that we will benefit from theirs. After
all, it's the relationships that nurture growth.
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and friends of Mount Allison with the University, through effective commu-
nication, events, and special initiatives.
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