E&H in the City Online

You made this event a success! Nearly 90 participants joined in our annual E&H in the City event this year – proving once again that E&H folks know how to be flexible in the midst of change.

Posted April 02, 2021

Friends checked in from Guatemala, Wisconsin, Texas, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Maryland, Colorado, North Carolina and Virginia to hear updates on the College from President Wells, find out about resources available for alumni in The van Vlissingen Career Center, play trivia with Eric Smith (’98), learn a cocktail from Stephen and Jessica Callahan (’11), Tennessee Hills Distillery, hear about the 2021 Outstanding Alumni Award honorees – and, of course, win fabulous prizes!

We look forward to being back “in-person” with this event soon, but the truth is that this was so much fun we’re planning to do it again soon.
It was a great chance for alumni who don’t live near other alumni to interact with each other and the College.

Watch for the next one!

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