Plymouth State University faculty share their top summer book picks.
Katie Alden ’18, a criminal justice major, is from Sandwich, MA on Cape Cod. She has two younger siblings, Shelley and Wally, who are her inspiration. Alden was named to the top 20 Outstanding Seniors list & student employee of the year for 2017- 2018.
William Datilio ’18, from North Hampton, New Hampshire, graduated from Plymouth State this spring with an interdisciplinary degree in sport psychology.
Jordan Rosenburg ’17, assistant director of annual giving, shares her journey to personal wellness with the help of the Women’s Leadership Summit.
Tyler Mahoney ’17 opens up about his inspiration for the song ‘Exit 25’ and his Plymouth State experience.
Celebrating members of the Plymouth State Class of 2018. #PlymouthState2018
Alexis Bolduc ’18 and friends partake in the annual Alternative Spring Break to help communities in Florida.
Dustin Connors ’18 lists his top reasons on why it has never been a better time to get involved with Plymouth State University’s Recreation Programs.
Kayla Johonnett ’19 joined her fellow classmates for an Alternative Spring Break trip working with St. Bernard Project, a nonprofit disaster relief organization.
Sawyer Murphy ’21, is a first-year student at Plymouth State from Concord, Massachusetts. Sawyer is finishing up his first year on the Mountain Bike Team. His favorite activity is not road biking.