EDITOR’S NOTE Mount Allison Record Winter 2013 No.103 — New Series The Record is published three times annually. Guest Editor, Record: 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) Aloma Jardine Melissa Lombard Peter Mansbridge (LLD ’99) Raine Phythian Sue Seaborn Melissa Woods (’12) Photography: Ian Chew (’15) Mona Estabrooks (’79) Thaddeus Holownia Sean Kilpatrick Nadine LeBlanc Lucy MacDonald (’98) Sebastian Rochon (’99) Sue Seaborn Daniel St. Louis Bermuda National Gallery 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: Members of Mount Allison’s 100th (1963) and 150th (2013) graduating classes come together for a historic photo May 11, 2013. A call to action: connect with Mount Allison alumni online T here are many ways to support Mount Allison. Giving your time and treasure are two ways. Another way is to sign up to our social media. This simple act of connecting with us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn does two very important things for Mount Allison. First, it increases our ability to reach out to potential students and spread the word about Mount Allison’s great opportunities. Secondly, your presence on these sites helps keep the members of our Allisonian family together. So this is your call to action: connect with us online. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/ MtAalumni, on Twitter at twitter.com/MtAalumni, and join our LinkedIn group, “Mount Allison University Alumni.” Stay connected with us on Facebook by “liking” our page. Over 2,100 alumni have already joined us, and you can help us reach our goal of 2,250 by September 2013. “Liking” our page will keep you in the know about alumni and student accomplishments. You will also find pictures of Mount Allison throughout the years and from Reunion/Convocation weekends and alumni events around the world. You can further support Mount Allison by liking, commenting on, and sharing our posts. When you follow us on social media sites like Twitter, you will be able to join the conversation with alumni around the world. The 140-character limit does not stop us from tweeting highlights from campus events, Allisonian achievements, and alumni get-togethers happening near you. Retweet us to spread the word. Join our “Mount Allison University Alumni” group on LinkedIn and get to know the careers and aspirations of alumni around the globe. With close to 1,500 members already, you will be able to connect with alumni who are in the same field as you, or who may be able to share job opportunities with you. Shouldn’t your professional network include Mount Allison alumni? Rediscover Mount Allison through social media. Connect with old friends, classmates, roommates, team members, and perhaps even old flames. Support new alumni. Be part of campus celebrations, whether you are near or far. Your Mount Allison family is just a click away. Carolle de Ste-Croix (’90) Director of Alumni Relations 2 / Summer 2013 / RECORD