One of the best ways to stay in touch with Lincoln College alumni is to read about them in The Lincoln Log alumni newsletter. This resource is a great way for alumni to keep in touch with their favorite college. The Lincoln Log newsletter is mailed twice a year to alumni. If you’ve missed an issue, be sure to check out our past issues (on the left) or contact the alumni office to have a copy mailed to you.
Alumni are asked to keep their classmates informed by regularly contributing professional and personal news for the Class Notes section of the newsletter.
Check out these brief excerpts of stories from the latest issue of The Lincoln Log alumni newsletter.
Spring/Summer 2015 Issue
Alumni Reunion Weekend 2015 Schedule & Registration information
Did you and your classmates ever sneak into the attic of University Hall and write your name in the stairwell or on the walls of the cupola? Have you ever wondered if your name is still there? Or wondered who else’s names are written there? This year you can find out! With 150 years behind us, we have planned a historic schedule of events for Alumni Reunion 2015, including a special presentation on University Hall and an opportunity for alumni and friends to climb the stairs to the very top of the building that started it all. (See pages 12-14)
Alumni Spotlight: Professor Emeritus Paul Beaver ’56
As Lincoln College celebrates its Sesquicentennial, who better to share thoughts on the Lincoln College legacy than a person whose personal and professional relationship with the institution has lasted over six decades? That person could only be Professor Emeritus Paul Beaver. Beavers recollections are illustrated with individual and campus photos, including some that have never before been published. (See pages 6-9)
Honor Roll of Donors
The Spring/Summer issue of the Log includes our annual Honor Roll of Donors . Lincoln College appreciates the generous support of alumni, parents, faculty and staff, and friends whose financial support helps us fulfill our mission of empowering students to realize their full potential. (See pages 17-27)