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Calling All....    
MSTC, MSC and MSU Alumni
Contribute your memorabilia for a Centennial Exhibit to be displayed in Sprague Library this fall to commemorate the University's 100th anniversary. Donations already include old photographs, dance cards freshman beanies and more. Send your memorabilia to Dean's Office, Sprague Library, Montclair State University, 1 Normal Ave., Montclair, NJ 07043. Include your full name (maiden name if applicable), year of graduation and telephone number as well as some information about the items you are sending. If you have any questions, contact
Martha Spera at 973-655-4333.

If you are a campus group seeking  out alumni, e-mail and we'll place your "call out" here.


July 2007
News & Notes

Hello Summer  . . .

Online Membership Up and Running
Did you know your
Alumni Association dates back to 1911 when the first group of alumni formally developed an organization committed to maintaining and cultivating among its members a sense of pride for their alma mater and to support and promote the interests of Montclair State? More than 90 years later, the mission of the Alumni Association hasn’t changed. And thanks to technological advances, joining the MSUAA is electronic and easier than ever.

To learn more about joining the Alumni Association, go to and click on "Become an MSUAA Member."

Regional Groups & Chapters Get Active
Washington, D.C.-area
A group of Capitol-area alumni gathered for brunch at the Corcoran Gallery of Art Cafe in Washington, D.C. "We had a delightful time," said organizer Valerie Malhomes '80 '84 MA. Joining her were Kathy Houston '90, Stanley Jakubik '70, '76 M.A. and his wife Jan Thorne Jakubik '70, and Herman Wass '03. "We talked about how the University has changed since our time on campus. We also talked about how we'd like the DC alumni to get together with a purpose. We love the idea of networking and getting to know each other, but we thought it would also be good to have a project to work on every so often. One of the things that came to mind, was working with the University's Government Relations department on topics of interest. We thought that being in Washington, D.C. would afford us the unique opportunity help in any way we can.

The group plans to get together again in December. If you are interested in participating in Washington, D.C. regional group activities, e-mail Maholmes at or visit the Regional Groups/Chapter page at for more information and updates.

Centennial Celebrations on the Way
September marks the beginning of a year-long celebration of events commemorating Montclair State's 100th anniversary. If you haven't been to campus in a long time, this is the year to come back. Centennial flags will be gracing the campus, commemorative items will be available in the Bookstore and the memorabilia that has been collected will be on display in Sprague Library. (It's not too late to contribute: see the sidebar to the left for details.) Stay tuned for more details on the various events in honor of the Centennial.

When & Where

Apply for Graduate Classes now!
Applications are being accepted for the fall 2007 semester. Become part of the excitement at MSU and apply to one of our 85 masters, certificate or teacher certification programs. Whether you’re looking to enroll full-time, part-time or take classes as a non-degree student, MSU has something for everyone. We understand the needs of graduate students and offer flexible day, evening and weekend programs during our fall, spring or summer sessions.

Our rolling admissions policy makes it easy to apply. Please visit and choose the graduate program that will assist in your career and personal goals. Begin the application process today
and you could be
sitting in classes this September.

Planning to work on your research or catch up on your reading this summer?
If you're planning to come to campus to visit Sprague Library, be sure to refer to the summer hours schedule.

NJ Jackals Season Underway
The New Jersey Jackals season is underway! Looking for something to do this summer? Take in a Jackals home game at Yogi Berra Stadium on the campus of Montclair State University.  Visit or call
973-655-8009 for more information.

What's happening at the Yogi Berra Museum this summer?
July 23-27
Bruce Beck & Ian Eagle Sports Broadcasting Camp
Interactive camp for future sports broadcasters ages 14 and up. Students learn game preparation, writing and interviewing skills, stand-up techniques, the difference between radio and television, and on-air presentation. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
For info and registration call (908) 233-1113.
August 6 and 7
Behind the Scenes Tour of Yankee Stadium
A behind-the-scenes tour of “The House That Ruth Built” with Museum providing luxury bus transportation and snack. 8 - 11 a.m. Fee: $50

For more info: (973) 655-2378 or visit

Cool off from the hot sun
Looking for a way to cool off this summer? Head over to Floyd Hall Arena on the Montclair State campus and go ice skating! Members of the MSUAA receive a discount for admission and skates are available for rental. For public skate session schedules and more information, visit

               SAVE THESE DATES!              
Homecoming. Red Hawks vs. Kean University. Stay tuned for details on all the festivities.

Career Fair, Nov. 7
Alumni and Student Career Fair

Co-sponsored by the Alumni Association and Career Development, the fourth annual Career Fair is a great way to network. Alumni share their companies' open jobs to fellow alumni and students and offer personal experience to job-seekers. More than 60 employers are taking part this year so be sure to bring plenty of copies of your resume. Student Center Ballrooms, 3 to 7 p.m.No registration is required.