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No age limit on Penn State pigskin pride

Dick Koeck ’47 and his wife, Susan ’49 fell in love at University Park—with each other and with Penn State football. Throughout the next few decades, the couple periodically traveled to Happy Valley to attend games, tailgating with friends and cheering on their alma mater’s team. 532 more words

Fun Stuff

The Healing Potential of Art Therapy

Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs International Visitor Leadership Program Visits Naropa to hear about the work of Art Therapy Students in Cambodia.

Blog by Sue Wallingford… 891 more words


Alumni Spotlight: Jordan Randall

Jordan Randall, Luckyday Scholar alumna, graduated a few years ago and we wanted to see where her life has taken her after graduation. Jordan took us through a brief journey of her adventures and what has influenced the decisions she has made. 744 more words

General Stories

Moving Community: Weekend Workshop

Moving Community Weekend Workshop
with Melissa Michaels, Ramon Parish, and Taliza Mizrahi
Friday, November 4, 2016 // 6:00-9:00pm
Saturday, November 5, 2016 // 10am-5pm
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Finding a Home and Transforming Lives in Communication

By Marthe Church Alexander (BA 2005, MA 2009). Marthe is a Board Member and Chair of the Development Council for UC Friends of Communication. More biographical information can be found at the end of this blog post. 545 more words

Alumni Stories

Naropa at National Bioneers, October 21-23

Naropa University and the Environmental Studies Programs will once again be at National Bioneers, October 21-23.

Come stop by our table which will be staffed by MA Environmental Leadership Alum Karta Elise Hassler, Cindy Powers and faculty member… 149 more words


Alumnus Named Top Innovator by MIT Technology Review

Humans have forty-three muscles in their face that can be combined to create 10,000 unique expressions. Imagine programming a computer to interpret all of them. And, when you’re done with that, add in the other factors that effect social interaction – body language, culture, gender, and more. 741 more words