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Shades of Green — The Class Newsletter

Back issues of the newsletter in PDF format. There’s an issue from 1986 and a pretty continuous archive from 1997 to today.


Shades of Green Spring 2022

We are so excited to present to you the first Newsletter of our new Newsletter Editors Dan Studnicky and Shelley Nadel. They have worked tirelessly to pull together this Newsletter
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Shades of Green Spring 2021

The spring edition of Shades of Green has sprung! This edition is packed with news about our 35th Reunion, Class Projects, an exciting challenge to fund a Class Scholar, classmate
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Shades of Green Winter 2021

The winter edition of Shades of Green is in the house! Aren’t we all these days? Still. This edition is packed with news and classmate stories about how they’ve been
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Shades of Green – Fall 2020

This edition of the newsletter marks the beginning of a collaboration between the newsletter and website that allows us to bring you enriched content from our newsletter features. How cool
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Shades of Green – Spring 2020

The latest issue of Shades of Green is heading to your mailbox! This issue includes featured stories about classmates who have chosen a career in religion, either as clergy or
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shades of green winter 2020

Shades of Green – Winter 2020

The Winter edition of Shades of Green includes stories from Jay Caldwell, Gregg Gorman, Lisa Sweeney Herrington, and Kathy Reilly Gross. Plus news from Rich Briones-Colman, Bob Skrivanek, and some Maxwell roomies reunited (Marcy (Sitnik) Reed, Kathy (Reilly) Gross, Eleni (Daskalakis) Henkel, and Becky (Blake) Osborne). Get info on joining the committee planning our 35th (OMG) Reunion, and update on our Class Project, and a challenge for 85 Day in March.
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Monthly Updates

Monthly news about College events, mini-reunions, classmates, class projects, and so much more!

Class Governance

Class Officers and Class meeting minutes. Class meetings are held at least during reunions, at which time officers are elected, class projects are discussed and decided upon, and more.