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NEWS FROM THE COMMUNITY →  August 4, 2011 0

NEWS FROM THE COMMUNITY   JOHN KAY, ’38, attended the September 2004 gathering at Pembroke as part of a visit to the UK filled with reunions. He lives in Washington, D.C., where he is president of the local chapter of a car club and vice-president of the county garden club.  He is preparing a biography […]

IN MEMORIAM →  August 1, 2011 0

Pasquale Di Pasquale, Jr.: 1928 – 2004   Born in East Boston, Massachusetts, Pasquale “Pat” Di Pasquale, ’55, graduated from Somerville High School in 1945 and enlisted in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean conflict.  After his military service, he graduated with a BA from the University of Notre Dame in 1955, before […]

MASTER GILES HENDERSON MEETS WITH OVER 100 PEMBROKIANS IN WHIRLWIND U.S. TOUR →  August 1, 2011 0

  As the presidential candidates were crisscrossing America in the final days of the 2004 election, so too were Pembroke master Giles Henderson, bursar John Church, and co-director of development Angela Gustafsson.   On Monday, September 20, in Washington D.C., more than 50 Pembroke alumni and their friends gathered for a reception and dinner at […]

RHODES SCHOLARS PROFILE:  JENNIFER HARRIS →  August 1, 2011 0

Living abroad is nothing new to peripatetic Jennifer Harris, a newly-minted Pembroke Rhodes Scholar and 2004 Graduate of Wake Forest University.   Jennifer attended the 2002 Prague NATO Summit as a youth delegate. While an undergraduate, she also helped to draft a national asylum policy for Latvia and researched repatriation efforts in Croatia and Bosnia. […]

“PLANNED GIVING” NOW AVAILABLE FOR PEMBROKIANS →  August 1, 2011 0

“PLANNED GIVING” NOW AVAILABLE FOR PEMBROKIANS   “Planned Giving”, including the popular Charitable Remainder Trust, a tax-friendly donation option long offered by American universities, is now available to Pembrokians.   This exciting initiative by a consortium of Oxford Colleges, launched at the Oxford University North American Reunion in New York in April, is being chaired […]