As a teacher, Theodosios (“Theo”) Boulogiane ’51 taught his students to diagram a sentence, encouraged their creativity, and introduced them to some of his most admired writers, from Keats to Kerouac. The good he leaves behind endures, however, extending well beyond his classroom years and into the future.
The college’s 130th Commencement was held on Saturday, May 20, and in addition to the 470 graduates and 15 master’s recipients from the 4+1 Master’s in Criminal Justice program, the day included the college’s first- ever 4+1 Master’s in Education
with licensure in special education recipients: Alexandra Casey, B.A. ’22, M.Ed. ’23 (left) and Lily Ditchfield, B.A. ’21, M.Ed. ’23.
Photo by Leah LaRiccia
Alumni Magazine of the Year
Congratulations to Portraits Magazine for winning First Place for Alumni Magazine of the Year for the second year in a row.