Athletics led Kathy Norton ’87 to become the first person in her family to graduate from college. She ran cross-country and track in high school in Billerica, where she was the second female athlete to earn 12 varsity letters.
Browsing: Fall 2019
The campus community and its guests had a new attraction to check out this fall, thanks to the Class of 2019.
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Carly Thibodeau ’20 swims the butterfly in competition and makes top grades in the classroom.
Athlete and activist Corey John Pooler received the President’s Award for Excellence in Leadership last spring, along with five other Westfield State students.
Corey John Pooler ’20 would rather better hundreds of other lives than focus on his own. It’s a way of being that he adopted from his parents, teachers, and coaches in Middleborough, where he grew up.
Ramirez began teaching as an adjunct professor in 2015, and that path led to his current position as the assistant professor of graphic design and animation for the Art Department.
When Alecka Camp ’17 heard an upcoming phone update would include new emojis, she was surprised by the level of interest. “I remember thinking why are we so obsessed with these tiny little smiley faces?” she recalls.
What do you get when you mix equal parts California sunshine and Westfield State alumni? According to Craig Johns ’91, owner of Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula, California, you get a constant flow of fantastic memories.
Each year, the department—known as the “Comm” department—hosts many events for alumni, including staples such as a farm-to-table dinner, the Henry Wefing Memorial Golf Classic (known as “The WEF”) and a Home’COMM’ing reception. The goal is to keep alumni connected to the University, something Professor Suzanne Boniface ’92 knows much about.