Statement 2020 Spring PDF

Marketing and Communications staff
Statement 2020 Spring PDF

Download PDF of Spring 2020 issue

Read the Spring 2020 edition of The Statement

Published in spring and fall by the Office of Marketing and Communications, The Statement is mailed to alumni, parents, grad students, and friends. Articles may be reprinted without permission.

We welcome the opportunity to share the cover story of Dr. Chet and Phyllis Robinson, '56, a true Fredonia love story.

Other stories include a reminder about FREDlanthropy Day on April 7, gifted student artists who have created murals for a local industry, a Homecoming photo spread, academic and athletics highlights from the fall semester, upcoming events and performances, and class notes from successful alumni.

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