Meghan McCrackenMeghan McCracken (’17)
Commerce, minor in psychology
Quispamsis, NB

  • member of the 50th class to graduate in Marjorie Young Bell Convocation Hall
  • experienced both ends of the Mount Allison spectrum simultaneously in the summer of 2016 while serving as Orientation Chair as well as completing a research project on the impact of Reunion Weekend
  • treasurer of the Grad Class Executive, executive member of the Rose Campaign Mount Allison, co-chair of the Feminist Leadership Conference, participated in SMILE, served as MASU Orientation Chair, and was a member of Garnet & Gold, performing in Anything Goes & Legally Blonde
  • co-recipient of the Frances S. Allison Award, the highest honour for a graduating female student
  • attending Humber College in September 2017 to pursue a graduate certificate in arts administration and cultural management

“What is really cool about a school like Mount A is that it has such a great alumni presence on campus and such a strong alumni network.”

Sandy MacIntoshSandy MacIntosh (’67)
New Glasgow, NS
MtA Alumni Life Class Officer

  • member of the first class to graduate in Marjorie Young Bell Convocation Hall
  • Mount Allison was in its construction/evolution while he attended, epitomized by Convocation Hall
  • daughter Moira (’99) was the fifth generation female to graduate from Mount Allison
  • involved in extracurricular activities, intramural sports MVP 1967, Class President and Life Class President
  • says Mount A is a family tradition — he met his wife here, his parents attended, his grandmother attended, and two of his children are graduates

“I give back to Mount Allison because of the four great years I had here. Anything I can do to make a student’s appreciation of Mount Allison grow a little bit would be great. I hope they have as good a time as I have.”  

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