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2010 January Moments

January 2010

Meet New Alumni Affairs Director Stacey Goldyn-Moller

Stacey A. Goldyn-Moller is the new SUNY Cortland executive director of alumni affairs, replacing Doug DeRancy ’75 who, after 23 years, accepted the newly created position of assistant to the vice president for institutional advancement. Stacey, who had been Hofstra University’s director of alumni affairs since March 2007, sat down shortly after she began at Cortland on Dec. 14 with Moments Editor Peter Koryzno to answer a few questions...more

Alumni Reconnect Serving in Iraq

During his second tour of duty in Iraq, U.S. Army Reserves Major Richard Brown ’90 was delightfully surprised to receive a message from another SUNY Cortland alumnus and old acquaintance, Doug Weaver ’04...more

Evan Summer '70 Opens His Dowd Gallery Exhibit

SUNY Cortland Distinguished Alumnus Evan Summer ’70, an internationally known printmaker, returned to his alma mater on Oct. 30 to provide an insightful walking tour of his Dowd Gallery exhibit “Evan Summer: Prints, Drawings and Collages.” The accompanying images were taken at the event. The exhibit continues until Feb. 18. View Photo Gallery

Remembering a Cortland Legend: George Fuge '49

Trying to imagine SUNY Cortland without its Outdoor Education Center at Raquette Lake would be difficult for most alumni. Conjuring images of Antlers and Huntington Memorial Camp without including its longtime former director George Fuge ’49 is nearly impossible. A gentle giant who earned the moniker “Huge Fuge” as a World War II veteran playing football for Cortland in the late 1940s, George passed away on Nov. 8...more

Post-World War II Alumni Gather in Chattanooga

For the 12th time since 1991, Cortland alumni from the Post-World War II classes got together to share memories. Organizer Rose Marie Luppino Kleinspehn ’49 chose historic Chattanooga for the 2009 Reunion that took place from Sept. 30 to Oct. 4. View Photo Gallery

College Dedicates Education Building and Child Care Center

The formal dedication of the $10 million SUNY Cortland Education Building and Child Care Center took place Sept. 24 on a sun-laden, picture-perfect afternoon. View Photo Gallery 

Alumni Association Looking for Volunteers

Looking for a way to give back to the College? Considering a volunteer role? Lots of opportunities await you! What follows is a partial list of volunteer opportunities for Cortland graduates. Learn more

Upcoming SUNY Cortland Alumni Events



Alumni Board of Directors Annual Meeting, Lynne Parks ’68 SUNY Cortland Alumni House


SUNY Cortland California Alumni Receptions


5 2010 Florida East Coast Reunion, Jupiter, Fla.


2010 Florida West Coast Reunion, Waterford Club, Venice, Fla.

6 SUNY Cortland vs. Gettysburg College, Men's Lacrosse Tailgate Event, Burns Park, Massapequa, N.Y.


Syracuse Chapter, St. Patrick’s Day Parade Party at Mulrooney’s, Syracuse, N.Y.



Dinner and a Musical: SUNY Cortland Performing Arts production of Rent, SUNY Cortland


Culinary Institute of America Event, Hyde Park, N.Y.


10      Student Alumni Association Reception, Lynne Parks ’68 SUNY Cortland Alumni House
11 Senior Send-Off, Corey Union, SUNY Cortland



Alumni Board of Directors Meeting, Lynne Parks ’68 SUNY Cortland Alumni House


16-18 Alumni Reunion Weekend, SUNY Cortland
27 Hamilton Area Picnic, Hamilton, N.Y.


Annual Alumni Board of Directors Retreat, Raquette Lake, NY

1 A Day at the Races, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.


Southern Tier Chapter Binghamton Mets Game and Picnic, NYSEG Stadium, Binghamton, N.Y.

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