by Manuel Marquez-Sterling
Some people travel thousands of miles to see a total solar eclipse. Many would go to the limits to watch, in dangerous proximity, the eruption of a long-dormant volcano. But others, like three of our emeriti faculty, would hop one or two continents to see and hear an opera performed. Read More
by Rob Azevedo ’94
Suddenly, I was looking down at a greasy little something that resembled a junior-sized Mr. Magoo. She was spectacular. She arrived in this world covered in love, and screaming so hard her little tongue shivered wildly as the nurses cleared her nose and throat of mucus. Born just five days before Christmas 2003, my daughter, Danielle, has managed to shake the foundation of my existence like nothing I’ve ever known. Read More
I hope that this letter finds you all having had a Happy Holiday season.
The mission of the Plymouth State University Alumni Association is to coordinate events, activities and initiatives that keep alumni and their University connected; to foster and support communication between every group within the PSUAA and its Board; and to be proactive in providing choices and guidance for alumni and PSUAA activities. Read More
Audrey H. Virgin, 2002, New Hampton, N.H.
Esther L. Smith, August 21, 2004, Concord, N.H.
Ruth E. Washburn, August 1, 2004, Wilder, Vt. Read More
Madeline Margaret Nerden, a daughter born to Joseph E. and Susan M. Nerden, July 5, 2004. Read More
Hello, I’m Becky Ciulla, your friendly Class Notes intern. This is my second year at Plymouth State and my third semester working in the PSU Alumni office. Read More
December 9, 2004
Dear Plymouth Magazine:
This conversation took place in our office about two months ago. Our office is located in sleepy Petaluma, Calif., about 40 miles north of San Francisco and right next to the town of Sonoma. Read More
by Kristin Proulx Jarvis
Lisa McLaughlin ’97 and Stephanie Gould ’01G opened North Woods Counseling in Campton a year ago, with hopes of offering a different option for local people seeking personal growth counseling for depression, anxiety and change-of-life issues. Now the women run a growing practice that includes a client base of 50 and the only group therapy program in the area for survivors of sexual trauma. Read More
by Kristin Proulx Jarvis
As the new president and CEO of Laconia Savings Bank, Linda Normandin, who received her MBA in 1991, will make history this winter. Normandin will be the first female president to head this growing financial institution-the largest independent bank in the state-which includes 15 offices, 255 employees, $800 million in assets and 172 years of history. Normandin, selected unanimously by the bank’s board of directors, will replace current President Bruce Clow after his retirement in January. Read More