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AlumsAnnouncing the Carver DeLaney Suite
Renovations to Heron Soccer Suite made possible thanks to the generosity of Trustee Calvin R. “Chip” Carver Jr. ’81 and his wife, Anne DeLaney.
AlumsFrank ’23 Enters Environmental Studies Grad Program
With aspirations for a career in habitat management, Benjamin Frank ’23 is working in the Environmental Studies Graduate Program at the University of Akron.
AlumsResearch Published in Scientific Journal Helps Shaw '22
As a student, JoAnna Shaw ’22 researched harmful algal blooms, work that has since been published in the science journal Water.