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American University Magazine, We Salute You

Betsy Robertson is a national account executive at Lane Press (@thelanepress)

I pledge allegiance to the team at American University Magazine, and not just because the publication’s nameplate lends itself to all manner of patriotic puns. 623 more words

Alumni Relations

Weekly Highlights for Feb. 6

Check out this week’s advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions. Have something to share? 421 more words

CASE Highlights

Education on the Rebound

     An issue of an alumni magazine I received this year provides some interesting contrasts between generations as a two-page spread devoted to current basketball players precedes an article about four elderly graduates reflecting on their experiences teaching in one-room schoolhouses. 428 more words


Reconnecting with college friends after almost twenty years, no facelift or C.V. required

Ah, a college reunion internet group–a pleasant alternative to posting in one of my alumni magazines. The Kings Tidings magazine is okay–I tended to know or know of many of the people listed in my year range–it was a small, self-contained college–and the accomplishments were usually philanthropic, cultural, and journalistic, and therefore interesting to me. 412 more words


Facebook Ideas from the CASE Editors Forum

Ken Budd is the editor-in-chief of CURRENTS magazine.

“Why bother?”

Ryan Denham, writer and editor at the Illinois State University magazine, asked that question at his… 374 more words

Alumni Relations

Our 15 Minutes of Fame

We knew we’d get some feedback on our January-February issue, which is devoted almost entirely to coverage of the Sandusky scandal. We figured we’d get some emails, some letters, maybe a phone call or two. 417 more words

The Penn Stater Magazine

In Case You Can't Get Enough of Alumni Magazines

Those of us who think about university magazines all day long naturally enjoy keeping up with what our fellow editors at other schools are doing. We get together once a year for an… 299 more words

The Penn Stater Magazine