EDITOR’S NOTE Mount Allison Record Fall 2013 No.104 — New Series The Record is published three times annually. Guest Editor: Carolle de Ste-Croix (’90) Assistant Editor: Laura Dillman Ripley Design, Layout: Shane McDonald, Tin Design Contributing Writers: Sean Connors (’81) Carolle de Ste-Croix (’90) Laura Dillman Ripley Mona Estabrooks (’79) Karen Grant Aloma Jardine Kathryn Levandier (’14) Melissa Lombard John Murchie Raine Phythian Photography: Cole Burston Ian Chew (’15) Kelly Clark Mona Estabrooks (’79) Mount Allison University Archives Thaddeus Holownia Nadine LeBlanc Jeffrey Meyer Catherine McCluskey (’13) Seb Rochon (’99) Sue Seaborn Feona Seerattan Maineline Studio Copyright A.C.Fine Art Inc. Collection of the Owens Art Gallery, Gift by Alex Colville in memory of Rhoda Colville Address correspondence regarding editorial policy and subscriptions to: Mount Allison Record 65 York Street Sackville, NB E4L 1E4 Tel: (506) 364-2600 Fax: (506) 364-2262 E-mail: ldillman@mta.ca Contents Copyright 2013 by Mount Allison University and may not be reprinted without permission. Opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of Mount Allison University. Single Copy: $9.00 Subscription: $25 for three issues ISSN 1702-2525 Mailed under Canada Post Publication Mail Sales Agreement no. 40006414 Mailed by: Dollco Integrated Print Solutions Printed by: Dollco Integrated Print Solutions If you wish to make a donation to Mount Allison, please contact Diane Michaud at (506) 364-2341 or by e-mail (development@mta.ca) Please forward change of address information to Joy Wilbur (jwilbur@mta.ca) (506) 364-2608. Toll Free: 1-866-890-6318 Cover: Graduating student self-portrait by Alex Colville (’42). Collection of the Owens Art Gallery, gift of the artist The Five G’s I   The information on the website will be divided into five sections. Alumni will be able to “get connected” with Mount A. This section will contain such things as forms to update contact information, social media links, and photo galleries.   The second section will enable alumni to “get informed” by finding and submitting class notes, reading the Record online, and accessing Mount Allison news releases.   The third section will encourage alumni to “get involved” and will contain information on alumni events, Reunion, Homecoming, alumni board, volunteer position descriptions, and a host of other opportunities for involvement.     To quote the Rolling Stones, the fourth section will allow you to “get what ya need.” The section will contain links to the Mount Allison bookstore, transcripts, and alumni benefits such as TD Meloche Monnex Insurance, and contact information for the University.   The fifth section will allow alumni to “give.” Online giving is an ever-increasing way in which alumni wish to make their gift to Mount A.   This is but a small snippet of the content you will find on the new site. We hope you enjoy the new website. Carolle de Ste-Croix (’90) Director of Alumni Relations n a few short weeks, we will be launching phase one of the new alumni website. It is our goal for alumni and friends to be able to easily navigate the new website and find the information they require. The website will be a great tool to stay connected. 2 / Fall 2013 / RECORD