With the start of spring in full swing, The University released the new issue of the Scranton Journal.
The alumni magazine, released every fall and spring, features alumni profiles and news, current campus events and news about The University’s athletic teams.
Some of the stories inside this spring 2017 issue are about The University’s Residential Learning Communities connecting students and faculty, the gift The University received from the Scranton Estate, honoring and remembering The Rev. Joseph Panuska, S.J., and a class notes section about alumni marriages, children and in memoriam announcements.
Secondary education and English student Emily Carr said the Scranton Journal provides information regarding past generations of alumni that she would not know of if it weren’t for the publication of the journal.
“The Scranton journal informs me about aspects of the community of which I would otherwise not be aware. It creates a sense of community across the spectrum of majors, colleges and graduation dates. Through reading the Scranton journal, we are able to form a multidimensional and cross-generational community,” Carr said.
If you wish to submit unsolicited articles and story ideas for the next issue of The Scranton Journal, they may be emailed to email@example.com and will be considered for publishing. Class notes may also be submitted to www.scranton.edu/classnotes.
Copies of the spring 2017 issue can be picked up on the fifth floor of Brennan Hall or the first and fourth floors of The DeNaples Center.