October 8, 2010 (Archives)
Gallaudet football interception video gains national attention
A video posted by the football coaching staff of a great play by the Bison in a Saturday, September 25 game against Castleton State College has gained national attention.
Vlog by GUAA President Alyce Slater Reynolds, '76 & G-'78
GUAA President Alyce Slater Reynolds, '76 & G-'78, talks about highlights of the upcoming Homecoming weekend, thanks alumni for participating in the Bison Booster Challenge, and encourages alumni to come to the GUAA Board meeting.
Dr. Carol Padden named MacArthur fellow
Dr. Carol Padden, interim science director for VL2 and a trustee emeritus, is one of this year's 23 recipients of the prestigious award from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
Rejection of ICED Milan decision embraced by President Hurwitz, other deaf educators and leaders
President Hurwitz, in his welcome back address, called attention to the rejection this summer of a resolution passed by the International Congress on the Education of the Deaf at its Milan Congress of 1880.
GUAA St. Augustine (Fla.) Chapter to host annual picniic
The St. Augustine (Fla.) Chapter of the GUAA is hosting its annual picnic on Saturday, November 6, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., at Bing's Landing Preserve and Mala Compra Plantation. Elections for new officers will also be held.
GUAA Riverside (CA) Chapter to host banquet (Please note corrected date)
President Hurwitz willl be keynote speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration of the GUAA Riverside, Calif. Chapter on Sunday, November 14. Director of Alumni Relations/GUAA Executive Director Sam Sonnenstrahl, '79, will be master of ceremonies.
GUAA Washington Chapter, Greater Seattle Club of the Deaf team up for community event
The Washington Chapter of the GUAA and the Greater Seattle Club of the Deaf will cohost Bunko and an Italian dinner after the DeafNation Expo at Lake Union Naval Reserve Armory on Saturday, October 16, 5-11 p.m.
Retired professor William Varrieur passes away
Dr. Varrieur was a faculty member at Gallaudet from 1965 to 1992. At the time of his retirement he was a professor in the Department of Business and director of the former School of Management projects.
Bison Baseball BBQ Party slated for Homecoming
Baseball coach Curtis Pride and his team will host the 2nd Annual Bison Baseball BBQ Party on Saturday, October 30 at the Homecoming football game at Hotchkiss Field.