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December 18, 2009 (Archives)

Happy holidays from the Alumni Office!
Wrapping up a busy but eventful year in the Alumni Relations Office, Director of Alumni Relations/GUAA Executive Director Sam Sonnenstrahl, '79 & G-'84, reflects on 2009 and GUAA's accomplishments.

Special December Board of Trustees meeting, and holiday greetings
Board of Trustees Chair Benjamin Soukup, H-'00, gives information on the December 5 board meeting in a campus email, and sends a holiday greeting video.

Gallaudet community honors President Davila
In November and December, outgoing president Robert Davila was the subject of tributes from the campus community, alumni, family, and friends.

President Davila writes a thank you letter to Team Gallaudet
Outgoing President Davila, '53, sends a letter to the campus community thanking Gallaudet for its support during his tenure at the University and for organizing a successful Gala.

Academic Bowl regional competitions and Gallaudet Club events planned
Come meet other alumni and prospective Gallaudet students at the 13th Annual Academic Bowl Regional Competitions and Gallaudet Club events in February and March.

2010 GUAA/LCCF award recipients announced
Six individuals will receive awards from the Gallaudet University Alumni Association and the Laurent Clerc Cultural Committee at the annual Charter Day Awards and Luncheon Program on Saturday, April 17.

An update on the Long Range Strategic Plan
Special Assistant to the President and Executive Director of Strategic Planning Richard Lytle gives the latest updates on the LRSP in a December 17 letter to the campus community.

50-year celebration for Gallaudet swimming set
The Gallaudet Athletics Department is excited to announce a dinner on Saturday, January 23, 4-8 p.m., in "Ole Jim" to celebrate 50 years of the University's swimming program.

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